- GOtv has expanded its operations to cover four of five of Uganda’s sub regions
- GOtv is enhancing a smooth transition from analogue to digital migration for every Ugandan
- Customers will access amazing digital sound and picture quality at affordable prices, monthly subscription for as little as UGX 18,000.
- GOtv Uganda the best value pay television offering on DTT (digital terrestrial transmission) and product of Multichoice Uganda further expanded its footprint to Eastern Uganda a month after a successful roll out in Western Uganda in the towns of Mbarara and Kasese.
GOtv has achieved tremendous success in the South, Central and Western regions, and now the Eastern of Uganda offering matchless technology, picture quality and reliable service to its customers. With the aim to enhance the ongoing national digital migration, GOtv will benefit all its customers with a seamlessly transition from analogue to digital transmission using the most sophisticated technology at affordable prices.
Speaking at the launch, Patricia Kiconco, the segment brand manager GOtv Uganda, said “Launching GOtv in Mbale is a deliberate company choice because of the administrative and commercial status it holds in the region which gives it the privilege to add GOtv on its economic growth activities, and also boost the entertainment scope and quality for the people of Mbale. I urge the people of Mbale to enjoy our affordable yet rich content programming which includes all-round family entertainment, local and International content. There will be an opportunity to have a free viewing of all channels at our GOtv Village set up at the Cricket ground tomorrow” “At the beginning of this year we set a target to cover the entire country with the aim of enhancing the digital migration process, I acknowledge that we have covered four out of five sub regions of Uganda”. She added.
Commenting at the launch, MultiChoice Uganda Chairman, Mr. Steven Musoke said “Mbale becomes the latest addition to the growing signal footprint of GOtv after Kampala, Entebbe, Mbarara and Kasese in two years since the inauguration of GOtv Uganda. MultiChoice is committed to providing quality television viewing and has specifically launched GOtv in Mbale to offer the greatest selection of local channels made in Africa for Africa, with great family entertainment at a price everyone can afford. I am glad to announce that all GOtv and DStv subscribers will not be affected by the digital migration transition as their service is already running on a digital platform”.
The Chief Guest and Deputy-RDC Mbale Municipality, Mr. Emmy Mitala officially commissioned the GOtv transmission site in Mbale and urged the people to partake of this effortless opportunity to digital migrate. “GOtv is here for us to open our eyes to the outside world at very affordable prices with a tested and proved service using the latest technology.” he said.
GOtv offers great all-round family entertainment featuring local and International content with high picture and sound quality, some of the exciting African channels subscribers can expect include Africa Magic +, Africa Magic Swahili, UBC, NTV (U), WBS TV, One Gospel, eNews, Channel O, eAfrica and Magic World. Connecting to GOtv is very simple, the decoder comes with a plug and play internal stub antenna though one may require an external antenna to boost the signal depending on location of residence.
A GOtv decoder plus one month’s subscription on GOtv plus is currently available at UGX 89,000. A GOtenna is at UGX29,000. GOtv has three bouquets, GOtv at 18,000 offers 22 channels and GOtv plus at UGX 25,500 with 32 channels and GOtv Open available for a once off administrative fee of UGX 84,000, where all customers will have uninterrupted access to local channels on the platform. GOtv is available at all MultiChoice outlets, partner agents countrywide as well supermarkets, Tusky’s, Kenjoys and Game.