Guest Contributor | Aug 22, 2017 | 0
MultiChoice comes to Katutura
Hon. Joel Kaapanda, Minister of Information and Communication Technology said that this is another demonstration by MultiChoice Namibia in its effort to bring services closer to communities as it invests in infrastructure development. He also said that this does not only offer a better television viewing experience but also helps in closing the digital divide and this development will put Namibia on the cutting edge of innovation and technological development.
Dr Kalumbi Shangula informed the audience that Namibia is the first country in Africa to introduce the Digital Terrestial Transmission (DTT) platform and recently Namibia was the first country on the continent, other than South Africa to launch BoxOffice allowing Dstv Premium subscribers to rent and keep movies for up to 48 hours. He thanked the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology for their continued support and guidance, not just to MultiChoice but to all the players in the industry.
Mr Roger Gertze, General Manager of MultiChoice Namibia thanked the subscribers without whom the business would not flourish, he thanked them for their supporting the dynamic, vibrant and growing products of MultiChoice Namibian. He emphasised that they are the reason MultiChoice remains in this business as they inspire them to think outside of the box and come up with new innovative ideas and serve their needs.
MultiChoice is Africa’s Leading pay-television operator with a presence in over 50 countries on the continent and its adjacent Indian Ocean islands, supporting it with world class subscriber management services. DStv and Gotv provide local and international channels, including first-fun films, documentaries, children’s programming, news and sports.