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Ultimate Love Now Available on DStv Family, Access and GOtv Plus For A Week

MultiChoice Nigeria is treating customers on its DStv Family, Access and GOtv Plus packages to a one-week Open Window to enjoy the latest reality TV show, Ultimate Love at no extra cost.

This open window will start from Monday, 24th February till Monday, 2nd March 2020.

Customers with active subscriptions on DStv Family, Access and GOtv Plus will get the chance to join in on the excitement, witness the unpredictable twists and enjoy the captivating highlights the show has to offer such as Aunty’s One-on-One sessions, Couples’ Master Classes, Friday Night party, the live Sunday Nominations and Check-Out shows on DStv channel 198 and GOtv channel 29.

Chief Customer Officer, MultiChoice Nigeria, Martin Mabutho said: “We are pleased at the success of Ultimate Love with viewers in just a short time. For this reason, we are making the show available to customers on DStv Family, Access and GOtv Plus for a limited period only. Customers on these packages can reconnect to enjoy this new and exciting show that celebrates love and culture.”

“From time to time we make certain content on higher packages accessible to our customers on lower packages. We do this to provide more value whilst enriching their entertainment experience on DStv and GOtv,” Mabutho added.

To keep enjoying the show after the one-week offer, DStv customers can switch their packages to either Yanga, Confam, Compact, Compact Plus or Premium while GOtv customers can switch to JOLLI or Max. Visit www.dstvafrica.com or www.gotvafrica.com and download MyDStv or MyGOtv Apps to get connected.

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