DStv highlights for the week

DStvDStv MOBILE DISCOUNT OFFER

It’s the DStv Mobile giveaway! You can get a free DStv Mobile Walka 3.5 when you buy a fully installed decoder for GHC297 and pay 2 months Compact subscription or when you buy a DStv decoder at only GHC153 and pay 2 months Compact subscription.

You also get a free a free Walka or Wi-Fi Drifta when you pay GHC96 for one year DStv Mobile Subscription when you sign up to the DStv Zenith Bank Direct Debit Scheme.

For more information on the DStv Mobile Discount Offer, call 0302740540.

DStv CHANNEL K24 RENUMBERED

Multichoice Africa wishes to advise subscribers that DStv Channel K24 currently on channel 413 will be moving to channel 275 on Thursday 13 June at 12:00 CAT. The channel renumbering has become necessary as K24 which started as a 24-hour local news channel and has now evolved into a fully-fledged family entertainment channel. However, the renumbering will not affect any content on the channel.

K24 is available on all DStv bouquets and airs both local and international content through a wide array of programs that cater for everyone tastes and preferences.

For more information on the channel and its programs, visit www.dstv.com

M-Net West (DStv Premium, Ch 101) 

Skyfall: Daniel Craig is back as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 in Skyfall, starring Javier Bardem as Silva, Berenice Marlohe as Severine, Judi Dench as M andNaomi Harris as Eve in the 23rd adventure in the longest-running film franchise of all time. Bond’s loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost. Watch Skyfall on Sunday 16 June 2013 at 22:00 CAT.

Motive I: This is a thrilling crime drama from the executive producer of Dexter and The Mentalist, with a unique twist focusing not on who did the crime, but why the crime was committed in the first place. When murder is committed, Angie Flynn, a single mother and a detective, along with her partner, Detective Oscar Vega, are on the case and looking for clues that will lead them to the killer. Don’t miss Motive 1 Thursdays from 20 June at 19:30 CAT. 

M-Net (DStv Access, Family, Compact, Compact Plus & Premium, Ch 114)

How to be a Gentleman: Andrew Carlson is the refined writer of an etiquette column, in How To Be A Gentleman. When his editor tells him that his column needs to be reinvented for a more modern and sexy twist, Andrew has to abandon his old-fashioned ways and figure out what modern men are really like. To understand how to be less of a gentleman and more of a real man, Andrew hires his old high school bully, Bert, to teach him the ways of a manly man. Though their views on life seem worlds apart, Andrew and Bert may just be each other’s missing link. Watch How to be a Gentleman Saturdays from 15 June 2013 at 19:00 CAT.

CONFEDERATIONS CUP LIVE ON DStv

The Confederations Cup gets under way in Brazil on Saturday, 15 June to 30 June and DStv and GOtv will be bringing you all the action along the way on DStv’s SuperSport 3 and Select on all DStv bouquets and GOtv’s SuperSport Select on all GOtv bouquets.

Saturday’s opening game between hosts Brazil and Japan is live on DStv channels 203 and 233 and GOtv channel  30 with all 16 matches screened live.

The key fixtures are Spain v Uruguay: Sunday 16 June at 00:00 CAT, Italy v Brazil: Saturday 22 June at 21:00 CAT, Semi-final One: Wednesday 26 June at 21:00 CAT, Semi-final Two: Thursday 27 June at 21:00 CAT and The final: Sunday 30 June at 00:00 CAT.

Starting on June 15th, the FIFA Confederations Cup will turn the sporting world’s attention to Brazil. Participating countries are Nigeria, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Spain, Uruguay, Italy and Tahiti.

If you can’t stay up for some of the late matches, you can record them on the DStv HD PVR decoder for just GHC 947 fully installed including decoder, dish and installation and watch at your convenience in digital quality pictures.

**Please note that the schedules were confirmed by DStv and accurate as at the time of distribution. Dates and times are subject to change. For more sports news and information, visit www.dstv.com or on www.facebook.com/DStvGhana

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