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DStv rates go up

15 March 2013, 15:27

Nairobi - Pay TV provider Multichoice has increased the monthly subscription rates for its DStv brand.

Daily Nation reports that this increased rates are due to increased programming cost and high inflation.

Subscribers of the premium bouquet will now pay KES 6 997 per month, up from KES 6 827.2, while Compact Plus bouquet subscribers will pay KES 4 437 compared with the current KES 4 267.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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