For almost three days now, DStv has been showing full bouquet for FREE to most Zimbabweans in Harare, (other cities not confirmed) much to the joy of most households.
Definitely this has been an a technical glitch which DStv could be fighting flat out to fix as on the second day an error message has been flighted , accompanying the Free broadcasts.
“E 16-4 You are not enabled to view this channelor your account has been suspended, pleae contact the call centre for assistance.”
Even for viewers subscribing for access bouquets or those with completely expired subscriptions have been enjoying DStv for absolutely free.
Few months back, Multichoice, the company behind DStv increased the mothly charges for subscriptions.
MultiChoice was reportedly quoted saying DStv’s top-of-the-range Premium bouquet subscribers would pay $75 from $73 while those who were paying $28 for the Compact bouquet will pay $30.
Other bouquets have not been changed though, that is, $50 for Compact Plus, $20 for Family and $10 for Access bouquets.
Zimbabweans recently have been complaining about the switch off the Free To Air transmission from South Africa`s SABC channels which has forced them to look for other alternatives for entertainment.
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