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DSTV offers new package for Russia world Cup

Ethiopia’s sole distributor of Digital Satellite Television (DSTV)–Multi Choice Ethiopia–has announced new offers to its subscribers in time for the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament. Starting from May 1st, new subscribers need to pay 1,899 birr to watch all 64 games of FIFA World Cup which will be taking place in Russia from June 14 to July 15.

In a press briefing held on Tuesday, Metasbiya Belayneh, deputy head of Multi Choice Ethiopia, said that DSTV customers will be treated with a 24-hour pop-up channel dedicated entirely to the tournament. All pop-up channels will bring exclusive and rare archive footage of football’s best moments and matches. The package will also include the best highlights, build ups, interviews, analysis and magazine shows.

In a new family package, FIFA World Cup 2018 will be provided along with documentary, lifestyle, kids’ movies, sports and news channels for three consecutive months. The new Pop-up channel was launched on Wednesday April 18 lasting till Monday June 11, 2018.

Furthermore, Metasbeya elaborated that the FIFA World Cup will be available to DSTV Now and super sport apps which are available for download via the Android and IOS mobile stores are also part of the package to be enjoyed by subscribers.

DSTV Now is a free app for DSTV customers and it’s the home of DSTV on the move –with the ability to watch Live TV.              

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