Residents of Obuasi and its environs can now enjoy an exciting and quality family entertainment as GOtv Ghana Limited, on Friday 14th March 2014 launched the GOtv service in the mining town.
GOtv is the first operator in Ghana to launch a DVB-T2 digital pay TV service, one of the most advanced DTT broadcast systems and infrastructure established globally, giving viewers the true definition of digital broadcast.
Positioned as a quality family entertainment provider, GOtv provides subscribers with a variety of exciting content ranging from news, movies, sports, fashion, music, kids, current affairs, documentaries to series. GOtv subscribers can choose from two bouquet options, GOtv and GOtv Plus, both packed with exciting local and international channels designed to keep viewers entertained from news, children’s programming, documentaries, series, movies and sports. A total of 37 channels are available to GOtv Plus subscribers whilst GOtv subscribers can access a total of 22 channels.
The complete GOtv is being offered for GHS140 and includes a GOtv decoder, GOtenna (outdoor antenna) and 1 month subscription to GOtv Plus. Once the one month GOtv Plus subscription is up, subscribers have the option of continuing with GOtv Plus or downgrade to GOtv.
Kingsley Afful, GOtv Business Manager said “Our philosophy is to remain innovate in order to continue to deliver the best possible digital television to the people of Ghana. GOtv delivers a selection of the best and exciting channels and African content in great picture and sound quality, making it the home of great channels. Also, GOtv subscribers will not only enjoy quality entertainment at an affordable price, they will also save the time and expense of having to buy a new TV set and decoder when Ghana migrates from analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television”.
Channels available on GOtv include M-Net Movies Zone, AfricaMagic, AfricaMagic Movies, AfricaMagic World, AfricaMagic Hausa, Telemundo, JimJam, E! Entertainment, Discovery World, SuperSport Select, SuperSport Blitz, eTV Africa, Vox Africa, Blackbelt, Kidsco, Nickelodeon, Al Jazeera and CNN, Channel O.