New channels available on DStv Mobile

2011-11-08 15:32
Cape Town - DStv Mobile announced on Tuesday that the M-Net Mobile channel as well as the Discovery channel have been added to their offering.

Motheo Matsau, head of sales and marketing DStv Mobile, said the acquisition is a huge plus for DStv Mobile subscribers and the company has aimed to satisfy its subscribers' content preferences.

The content and screening times pertaining to the M-Net Mobile channel were detailed in a press released issued by DStv Mobile on Tuesday.

It read: "The M-Net Mobile channel will replicate the satellite channel except where licencing does not allow, which currently pertains to movies. In such cases substitute programming will be scheduled. The M-Net Mobile channel is available from 14:00 and concludes between 22:30 and 23:00 daily."

More packages

DStv Mobile subscribers now have three different packages to choose from.

The channels are bundled in the following packages.

The e.mobile package is free and comprises E! Entertainment, Channel O, SuperSport Blitz, The eNews Channel and CNNi.

The DStv Mobile package is available at a cost of R36 per month and offers SuperSport 1,2,3,4, AfricaMagic, M-Net Series, SONYMax, Cartoon Network, Discovery plus all channels in the e.mobile package.

Current DStv premium subscribers get all the channels in the DStv Mobile package plus M-Net Mobile at no extra cost.

DStv Mobile coverage is available in nine cities in South Africa. More details are available on the website

Comments

  • gennath - 2011-11-08 15:55

    Ah! This is awesome news! NOW I can justify getting the drifta! Can't wait!

  • Ingrid - 2011-11-08 16:02

    DSTV is screening re-runs re-runs re-runs and such bad television on their new channels,they must think south africans are such morans, all we are worth is outdated content. Foodnetwork's Paul Dean has been running for a year and is 2003 old. Help us!!!!!!

      nwayne54 - 2011-11-08 16:07

      Then don't subscribe - genius!

      sean.redmond3 - 2011-11-09 09:00

      @nwayne54. Hey genius, what else is out there, DSTV have us by the short and curlies. Top Tv is rubbish, SABC is rubbish, ETV has only the news and movies from 1929.

  • Tony - 2011-11-08 16:17

    Stupid. Sit meer kanale by maar die coverage area is steeds beperk. Brei eerder julle coverage area uit en verseker so dat julle baie meer customers kry!!!

  • Vincent - 2011-11-08 22:32

    That is all good and well but we need COVERAGE in more areas ASAP.

  • Bill - 2011-11-09 12:05

    I admire Multichoice for the way they have progressed, I have One question when arfe they going to show their appreciation to the many who helped them get where they are. The other day I asked a member of their staff can they not give pensioners a discounted rate, most of us love the system but is getting very expensive. I was told yes there is a special rate, but get this only if they are in a retirement village, Now why, Telkom help the pensioners,SABC help us the rates dept help us why not Multichoice. They donate a lot to deserving cases but how did they get to where they are. Surely they can look into it .

  • stevenmartinm - 2013-01-17 22:44

    Multichoice not all are sports fans,give viewers to tailor there own choices for heavens sake it's Dstv mobile, and it being in south africa add local channels like eTV,I have disconnected till further notice because multichoice staff have atitude they don't even bother to hear our suggestions, am a multichoice die hard but dissapointed, Steven

      Thandeka Lungile - 2014-03-17 18:23

      I second tht

  • Confirt Ngobeni - 2015-09-07 18:07

    dstv ya rocka

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