By BETTY IDIALU
WARRI – The outbreak of the dreaded Ebola Virus Disease, EVD in July 2014 stalled the launch of GOtv in Delta State.
This was disclosed yesterday by Mrs. Elizabeth Amkpa GOtv’s General Manager a at a press conference during the launch of GOtv in Effurun.
According to Amkpa, it took the company this long to come to Warri because plans were already on top gear when the EVD broke out in Nigerian.
GOtv’s general manager said: “GOtv was launched with the latest approved DVB-T2 decoders and in support of the digital migration; the price of GOtv decoders has been slashed to N2,900 in the GO Gaga festive offer.”
By paying an additional two months subscription, she said new subscribers would be entered into the draw for the MultiChoice Super Cruise promo for a chance to win a Kia Rio car, among other prizes”, she added.
GOtv is a new digital pay television offering on the Digital Terrestrial Television platform. It is managed by MultiChoice with a proud legacy of providing the best digital pay-TV in Nigeria for over 20 years.
GOtv subscribers will not be affected by digital migration as GOtv is already digital compliant.
GOtv subscribers are encouraged to stay connected to www.gotvafrica.com or Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/GOtvNg for the latest news.
Other top management staffs of the company, including Efe Obiomah were also present at the ceremony.
Highpoint of the press conference was the presentation of free GOtv decoders/antennas to some journalists, including The NIGERIAN OBSERVER Correspondent who answered questions successfully during the interactive session.