In continuous support of digital migration in Nigeria, GOtv services have been rolled-out in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa state capital.
For N6,900, residents of Yenagoa will get a GOtv decoder, three months GOtv Plus subscription and an outdoor antenna (GOtenna) in the GOtv festive offer tagged, ‘GO Pick Ya Own’.
In addition, new subscribers who send a text with ‘YES’ and ‘PICK’ with their IUC number to the short code, 4688 will automatically qualify for the weekly draw for a chance to win exciting prizes in the GO Pick Ya Own festive offer.
GOtv offers two bouquets: GOtv Plus for a monthly subscription of N1,800 and GOtv Value for N1,200 monthly. GOtv Plus gives subscribers access over quality 40 channels while GOtv Value offers over 25 channels.
GOtv caters to the different viewing preferences of the family, giving subscribers international and local channels in crystal clear picture and quality sound. The GOtv channel lineup includes; AfricaMagic Family, Africa Magic Epic, Al Jazeera, CNN, M-Net Movies Zone, Telemundo, Zee World, Discovery World, SuperSport Select 1 & 2, SuperSport 9, MTV Base, Soundcity, Disney Junior, Nickelodeon, JimJam, Islam Channel, Faith, Emmanuel TV, AIT, NTAi, ONTV Max, Channels TV and Silverbird TV.
‘The plan to launch in Bayelsa has been ongoing for a while and we are excited that our signals are now live in Yenagoa, the state capital. This festive season, subscribers will go home to an exciting world of entertainment on GOtv’, said Efe Obiomah, GOtv’s public relations manager.
‘Our festive season programme lineup include; the premiere of “The Face of Destiny” on Telemundo on 14 December; “The Best Man” and “The Last Action Hero” airing on the Sony Channel on 16 and 23 December respectively,’ Efe Obiomah added.
GOtv was recently also rolled-out in Gboko and Badagry, and its reach now extends to 25 states. Across Nigeria, GOtv has covered several cities and towns including – Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Lagos, Enugu, Benin, Aba, Owerri, Kano, Kaduna, Onitsha, Asaba, Osogbo, Ife, Ogbomoso, Akure, Oyo, Jos, Abeokuta, Ilesa, Ede, Iseyin, Makurdi, Ado-ekiti, Mararaba, Suleja, Ondo, Owo, Abraka, Agbarho, Effurun, Ekpan, Jeddo, Kokori, Oghara, Okpe, Sapele, Udu, Ughelli, Warri, Awka, Umuahia, Auchi, Epe and Ijebu Ode.