Tag: DStv Zimbabwe

Nigerian High Court stops MultiChoice from raising DStv subscription fees

Here’s something that ought to warm the hearts of everyone who looks at MultiChoice and thinks Monopoly. News coming¬†out of Nigeria (sorry, its not Zimbabwe) is that a Justice in a federal High Court granted an order of interim injunction restraining MultiChoice from enforcing its increase on DStv bouquet prices that was supposed to take […]

DStv Zimbabwe suspends payments via EcoCash, Telecash payments also disabled

DStv Zimbabwe has just announced that it has suspended payments through mobile money service EcoCash, something that ought to put a damper on any attempts at beating holiday queues through m-commerce convenience. According to a post published on the DStv Facebook page, this temporary disruption has been caused by technical challenges and it is indefinite. […]

Multichoice Zimbabwe starts terminating illegal DStv subscribers

It’s been exactly one year since we mentioned the struggle MultChoice was facing with Zimbabweans that subscribe to DStv South Africa instead of the Zimbabwean bouquets.¬†This practice, although popular in a post-Free-To-Air-Decoder Zimbabwe, is illegal. Yesterday, it was reported by the Chronicle that MultiChoice Zimbabwe terminated the signal for some Zimbabweans viewing DStv South Africa […]

Multichoice introduces BoxOffice to Zimbabwe

Last week Multichoice announced the introduction of its BoxOffice service to Zimbabwean DStv subscribers. The service allows subscribers with DStv Explora and HD PVR decoders to rent blockbuster movies for 48 hours. This is the first pay-per view service available for the local market, although it has been available in other Multichoice markets like South […]