DStv Cuts Decoder and Dish Prices



With less than 50 days till the kickoff of the world’s biggest sporting extravaganza – The FIFA World Cup DStv has decided to make it possible for as many Ugandans as possible to enjoy the event by dramatically slashing its hardware prices.

Effective Thursday, 24th April 2014, a fully  installed kit for DStv will go on sale for just 279,000 UGX.

Speaking at the launch of the World cup promo dubbed “We are Brazil” Bryan Muwonge, DStv Marketing Manager for Uganda said, “This is an amazing offer which I encourage Ugandans to take advantage of the price we are selling the equipment is almost 40% off what we normally charge.

He continued it is our main objective as DStv is to “ensure as many Ugandan’s as possible get the opportunity to watch the world cup in a crystal clear digital format on HD. The FIFA world cup is a special event that comes only once every four years as MultiChoice we want to make this a memorable experience which Ugandans will remember for a very long time”.

Talking about the channels where the matches will be shown Bryan stated that “in addition to the regular HD Super Sports channels where matches will be shown exclusively live, DStv will dedicate two 24 hour Super sports channels showcasing World Cup news, player updates, match highlights, expert commentary and replays to ensure that all our viewers will not miss even a minute of the action even if they have busy work schedules”.

He added “viewers who might be extremely busy and might miss some of the live matches should contact MultiChoice customer care and look at purchasing a DStv Explorer the latest and most advanced decoder from DStv, it comes with many exiting features including the option of recording two live matches at the same time”. It’s important to remember that most cities in Brazil are at least 6 hours behind Uganda so some of the matches will kick off quite late in the night”. 

The world cup is being held on the South American Continent for the first time in over 30 years, 32 teams will contest the finals in eight groups with the top two teams progressing to the second round and the knock out stages. A total of 64 matches are to be played in twelve cities across Brazil and for the first time at a World Cup Finals, the matches will use goal line technology. All the matches will be shown live exclusively on Super Sports. 

The World cup price special on DStv kits will be available while stocks last.