DStv will be offering more channels to more customers

Denzel Washington in 'American Gangster.' (Photo supplied: M-Net)
Denzel Washington in 'American Gangster.' (Photo supplied: M-Net)

Cape Town – DStv has expanded it's offering with a slew of channels available for subscribers on different packages and two pop up channels.

Compact Plus customers now get to enjoy Nick Jr. (DStv 307).

Family customers will also have National Geographic (DStv 181), and TRACE Urban (DStv 326) added to their package.

Access customers will be able to tune in to Moja Love (DStv 157) from 7 February to 6 March.

For Premium Customers, there are two exciting pop-up channels to explore.

M-Net Movies Blackout: The Leading Men Edition (DStv 109) available on premium from 24 January to 16 February, showcasing some of Hollywood's greatest black actors in their biggest films. There will be over 100 movies to watch, and viewers can look out for the likes of Morgan Freeman, Samuel L. Jackson, Martin Lawrence, Eddie Murphy and more.

The Ultimate Love pop-up channel (DStv 198), will bring a new twist to reality television as we know it. The channel will run from 9 February until 5 April, is a first-of-its-kind Nigerian reality show which centres on 16 participants (eight males and eight females) living together in an isolated location with the hope of finding love. Participants will be paired based on their mutual attraction to one another and will compete to emerge as the ultimate couple of the competition.

"We are continuously looking at ways that will ensure that customers across all our packages are able to access some of the great content that is available on our platform. Having these channels available for our customers is part of our ongoing commitment to bringing a wide variety of the best in local and international content that touches the lives of our viewers," says Mark Rayner, Chief Executive Officer at MultiChoice South Africa.

Compiled by Leandra Engelbrecht.


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