JUST IN: Senate directs pay-tv service providers to revert to pay-per-view module
The Nigerian Senate has adopted a motion directing all pay television service providers to revert to pay per view module as against the mandatory monthly subscription.Information Guide Nigeria
The Senator representing Benue South Senatorial district, Abba Moro who sponsored the motion lamented on the incessant hike in the price of various bouquets by the service providers which he described as exploitative.
According to DAILY POST, the lawmaker said: “Notes that the leading pay-tv service provider in Nigeria, (MultiChoice Nigeria) informed all DStv compact subscribers on August 22, 2020, to expect a 13.3% price increase to N7,900 commencing from September 1, 2020, while the subscription fee for DStv compact plus was increased by 9.5% from N10,925 to N12,000, and Premium was increased from N16,200 to N18,400 indicating a 13.6% hike.”
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Senator Abba Moro also lamented on increased price for various bouquets without considering the economic hardships subscribers are passing through.
DAILY POST reports that Senator Abba stated that Nigerians have angrily reacted to the price hike adding that there was no justification for the price hike.Jamb Result
According to DAILY POST, the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy as well as the Nigerian Communications Commission were asked to investigate the frequent price hike.
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