Residents of Sunyani can now enjoy quality digital entertainment as GOtv brings even more value to Ghanaian television lovers at the new offer price GHS110.
Having met all regulatory and licensing requirements, GOtv is the first operator in Ghana to launch a DVB-T2 digital pay TV service. Therefore Sunyani represents one of the most advanced DTT broadcast systems and infrastructure established, not only in Ghana, or Africa, but in the rest of the world to date; and leapfrogs the outdated DVB-T1 (or ISDB-T) systems. This puts Ghana at the forefront of technology in the DTT space.
GOtv currently offers both the GOtv and GOtv Plus bouquets which are packed with exciting local and international channels designed to keep your family entertained with great news, movies, kids programming and sport.
In Ghana, GOtv now provides a range of options to select from which are affordable, accessible and relevant to all television lovers. GOtv was launched on the latest DVB-T2 technology, which means there is no need to replace or upgrade your decoder – going with GOtv means you will be on the latest technology.
The current single price offer of just GHS110 includes a GOtv decoder, GOtenna (outdoor antenna) and 1 month subscription to GOtv Plus. Once this GOtv Plus month is up, subscribers will then have the option of continuing with either of the pay television options GOtv or GOtv Plus.
“We at GOtv are constantly innovating to ensure we continue to deliver the best possible digital television to the people of Ghana. We come from a solid corporate background and family in which MultiChoice has a proud legacy of 20 years of providing the best digital television to Africa. Thus, not only are we passionate about digital television, but we are passionate about Africa – which is why GOtv is the home of great channels – made in Africa for Africa.” said GOtv Ghana Director, Cecil Sunkwa-Mills.
GOtv is delivered to homes in Ghana via the use of the latest DVB-T2 technology, which guarantees a one-off migration to the digital age. With the use of DVB-T2 technology, GOtv gives subscribers a dramatic improvement on the dividend of terrestrial frequencies. DVB-T2 technology standard allows for no less than 21 channels per frequency. With GOtv, Ghanaians can experience the digital television revolution in the comfort of their homes because GOtv delivers a selection of exciting channels in great picture and sound quality.
Kingsley Afful, GOtv Business Manager added, “When people think of digital television they immediately imagine it has to be expensive, this is not the case with GOtv, which offers great family entertainment at affordable prices. In fact, the GOtv service was specially created to make an affordable digital television product available for all. Residents of Sunyani are now benefiting from easy access to an increased number of digital channels, with enhanced picture and sound quality synonymous with digital television. The GOtv channel lineup and bouquets, which have been researched extensively, are uniquely created to enable GOtv to become the home of African television.”
GOtv subscribers will have access to an exciting selection of channels containing news, children’s programming, documentaries, series and movies which are carefully selected to cater for a variety of different tastes and family viewing needs at a very affordable price.
GOtv’s channel lineup includes M-Net Movies Zone, AfricaMagic, AfricaMagic Movies, AfricaMagic World, AfricaMagic Yoruba, AfricaMagic Hausa, E! Entertainment, Discovery World, SuperSport Select, SuperSport Blitz, eTV Africa, Vox Africa, Kidsco, Nickelodeon, Al Jazeera and CNN, Channel O.
GOtv service is offered via two bouquets – GOtv Plus, which has a total of 33 channels and GOtv, which has a total of 19 world-class local and international channels.
Sports lovers are set to enjoy the best of live soccer entertainment with selected games from the all the major leagues, plus from October GOtv will be airing numerous NBA highlights and delayed games on SuperSport.
GOtv subscribers are encouraged to make use of the GOtenna (outside) for optimal signals. With the GOtenna, customers should expect uninterrupted viewing and excellent picture quality.
“We encourage subscribers to take advantage of the GOtenna that is provided to ensure increased signal strength and better protection against mobile phone and car interference, especially in areas where the signal is too low for indoor antenna reception” urged Afful.