GOtv has unveiled ‘Dunga Milli’, a new promotion that will see it give away Sh1millionn weekly and raft of prizes worth Sh100million for the next 8 weeks.
‘Dunga Milli’ will see Kenyans rewarded for going digital while enjoying the instant benefits of increased choice in local and international content with advanced picture and sound quality.
In addition, Kenyans can now purchase a GOtv decoder at a reduced price of only Sh1,399 from the original price of ,Sh1,799 plus a two months GOtv Plus subscription.
that aims to increase GOtv penetration as more and more Kenyans move to embrace digital TV.
GOtv, Kenya’s says it is promising to change the lives of ordinary Kenyans by turning them into instant millionaires through this exciting campaign launched in Nairobi on Friday evening.
“For every purchase and activation of a GOtv decoder, consumers will get an automatic entry into the ‘Dunga Milli’ draw where one lucky Kenyan will walk away with Sh1 million every week for the next 8 weeks” GOtv General Manager, Mr Felix Kyengo said.
There will also be daily prizes of Sh15,000, airtime plus a chance to win annual GOtv subscriptions plus airtime.
“As part of our commitment to assist with the digital migration in Kenya and to allow consumers access to digital television and great entertainment at a price everyone can afford we have introduced this special affordable decoder package at the astonishing price of only Sh 1,399 for a GOtv decoder and 2 months GOtv Plus subscription” said Kyengo.
He said with this kind of reduced pricing, GOtv has perfectly positioned itself as a leader in the digital arena and thus, will play a pivotal role towards accelerating Kenya’s digital migration process.
Kyengo said the digital terrestrial television platform is
aimed at enabling Kenya achieve speedy migration to the digital age. and that GOtv has been actively involved in raising awareness about the digital migration.
GOtv now covers over 30 cities in its pursuit to enable the government achieve a speedy migration from analogue to digital broadcasting, and will it says it will continue to roll out to new cities in the future.