GOtv, a digital pay television service designed to cater for all television households in Nigeria at the weekend, rolled out its services to Imo State, using the latest generation Digital Video Broadcast standard – DVB-T2 in Owerri.
Offering subscribers two bouquets of GOtv Plus, which has a total of 35 channels, and GOtv, which has a total of 27 world-class local and international channels, launched by Details Nigeria in association with MultiChoice Nigeria, to ensure that great affordable digital TV is accessible to everyone, according to Elizabeth Amkpa, general manager of GOtv.
Amkpa said, with launch offer of N9,900 inclusive of decoder, three months subscription for GOtv Plus and a GOtenna, subscribers would get the greatest selection of local channels made in Africa
for Africa, as well as the best international channels from as low as N1,000 per month.
The general manager said after successful launches in Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Lagos, Enugu, Benin City and Aba, the new DTT (digital terrestrial television) service by GOtv had landed in Owerri, Imo State, to complete coverage of the Southeast Nigeria.
The service was launched at the All Seasons Hotel, Owerri, on Saturday, as GOtv provides Imo television lovers with a digital quality picture and sound and an exciting line up of local and international channels containing news, children’s programming, documentaries, series and movies which are carefully selected to cater for a variety of different tastes and family viewing needs at a very affordable price.
Amkpa said GOtv utilises the DVB-T2 technology standard, which allows for no less than 21 channels per frequency; this is different from other first generation standard DVB-T1, which only allows for up to 13 channels per frequency.