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DStv Flex Now Allows You to Choose Your Own Channels – Coming Soon

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DStv Flex – If this information is in the long run executed, then, at that point this will be probably the greatest change to hit the telecaster over the most recent 25 years.
DStv Flex Now Allows You to Choose Your Own Channels – Coming Soon

As indicated by a new report from TV writer Thinus Ferreira, Multichoice is chipping away at an exceptional bundle that will unbundle a portion of its games and film channels, giving their watchers the decision of what they need in their bundles.

DStv needs to offer the game as an extra as three distinctive game packs that could be turned on at whatever month, and that could be dropped and taken out from the fundamental membership from month-to-month as an endorser needs to.

According to the reporter, “As part of a new possible DStv bouquet structuring plan, MultiChoice is looking at allowing DStv subscribers to choose their sports channels – the most expensive content – separately in the form of 3 different, optional, add-on sports packages each containing various bundled SuperSport and ESPN channels,”
At the moment, MultiChoice is facing growing pressure and pay-TV competition from global video streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in its own backyard – with several more like Disney+, HBO Max, Discovery+ and Paramount+ set to be introduced in Africa in the future.

As a result, MultiChoice has now been testing a new package called DStv Flex. The aim of “DStv Flex” is to try and keep highly-prized DStv Premium customers within MultiChoice’s subscriber base – a fast-dwindling top-end subscriber segment – and to try and limit the growing churn of premium DStv subscribers.

This new package will give customers the willpower to switch certain packages on and off at any time according to their needs. So if you want to take a break from the sport in general, just cancel it for a while. Easy.

MultiChoice is simply testing this new package “DStv Flex” to know if former DStv Premium and Compact Plus subscribers will come back possibly to the new package that would consist out of a basic entertainment pack priced at R299 for premium content, with sports and movies as optional add-on packages.

DStv Flex Channels

This would include M-Net, kykNET, 1Magic, Mzansi Magic Moja Love, Comedy Central, FOX, BBC Brit, BET and 10 more channels; movie channels like M-Net Movies 3, M-Net Movies 4, TNT, and Studio Universal; as well as kids channels like Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, Nickelodeon and 4 more.

The basic DStv Flex pack would also include documentary and lifestyle channels like National Geographic, History, Food Network, Discovery Channel and 3 more; News channels like eNCA, CNN International, Sky News, SABC News and 3 more; music and religion channels like MTV, Trace Urban, Channel O, 1Gospel and 5 more; as well as free-to-air channels like, SABC1, SABC2, SABC3 and 7 more.

No word yet on when the DStv Flex will launch

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