Active DStv and GOtv customers to enjoy Open Viewing of sports and entertainment channels at no extra cost
When it comes to our customers, there’s no such thing as too much TV entertainment viewing! Starting 13th - 31st July, MultiChoice will introduce an 18-day open viewing period of all SuperSport channels to active DStv customers at no extra cost! Furthermore, active DStv customers will also enjoy access to all kids channels to delight young viewers just in time for the coming school holidays. This open viewing period is part of MultiChoice’s ongoing efforts to reward active DStv and GOtv customers’ loyalty by treating them to an exciting television viewing experience of content on higher tier bouquets.
During the open viewing period, Cartoon Network (DStv Channel 301) will air a vast selection of exciting kiddies’ including new episodes of Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs starting Tuesday, 16 July catch weekdays at 5:30am. On NickToons (DStv Channel 451), catch Peppa Pig weekdays at 7:50am and Munki and Trunk weekdays at 3:15 pm.
Sports lovers are in for a treat as just by staying connected DStv customers will get access to all the sporting action on the satellite. Active customers will enjoy the WWE PPV- Extreme Rules on Monday, 16 July at 11:00am and 6pm on SS8 (DStv Channel 208), the CAF Champions League on Tuesday, 17 July at 12:30pm on SS7 (DStv Channel 207) and for some motorsport action, viewers can enjoy the commencement of Formula 1 from 20-22 July at 12:45pm on SS2 (DStv Channel 202).
GOgetters should not despair as there’s also special open preview coming their way when all active GOtv Plus customers will enjoy an additional five channels that are only available on GOtv Max. From the 13th – 26 July all GOtv Plus customers will get access to exciting entertainment programming on Sony Max GOtv Channel 21(Ghana channel 121 & Uganda channel 321), CBS Reality GOtv Channel 22 (Ghana channel 122 & Uganda channel 322), ROK 2 GOtv Channel 17(Ghana channel 117 & Uganda channel 317), Fox GOtv Channel 19 (Ghana channel 119 & Uganda channel 319) and SuperSport Select 4 GOtv Channel 34 (Ghana channel 134 & Uganda channel 334), all at no extra charge. With five additional channels, GOtv customers can look forward to an array of incredible content that will suit their every mood.
For the premier entertainment lover, Fox has just what you need to keep you glued to the screens. Catch Private Practice Season 3 where renowned neonatal surgeon Addison Montgomery may have at last found true love with a fellow doctor and long-time friend Sam Double Bills on Saturdays at 4pm. For a little drama and suspense, don’t miss The Gifted Season 1 as it continues Saturday at 5:55pm to explore an ordinary family on the run only to discover their children’s mutant abilities. If comedy is your genre of choice, then be sure to tune in to Ghosted Season 1 on Saturdays at 6:25pm and explore the weird and wonderful side of life, tune into CBS and enjoy shows such as Operation Repo, Celebrity Damage Control, Evil Twins Season 1B. If local content is king for your entertainment, then ROK2 is your go-to channel for 24hr movies and series channel from the best in Nollywood including tribal, village and the big city life. Enjoy titles like Single Ladies, Husband of Lagos, Losing Control and Desperate Housegirls. Sony Max will keep viewers planted on their couches with thrilling content such as NCIS, The Amazing Race and Fear Factor.
GOtv sports lovers will get access to SuperSport Select 4, the home of live football action. On Monday, 16 July at 5pm, catch the first prime-time repeat of the WWE PPV – Extreme Rules. Wimbledon heats things up on Tuesday, 17 July and 19 July with the repeats of the Men’s Doubles Final, Ladies Doubles Final, Mixed Doubles Final, Ladies Final and Men’s Final.
There is something for everyone and plenty of viewing in store. Simply stay connected to your DStv and GOtv to enjoy this incredible TV entertainment journey with the Open Period. For more information, upcoming programming, channels and bouquets, visit www.dstv.com and http://eazy.gotvafrica.com