Owned and operated by MultiChoice, DStv and GOtv are two of the most popular digital TV services in Nigeria. If you live in Nigeria, chances are you there is at least one DStv or GOtv set-top box connected to your TV set. This is so because both services offer the some of the best (global and local) contents in the country across different categories: sports, entertainment, movies, news, events, kiddies entertainment, etc.
And as you already know, both DStv and GOtv services are available on different subscription-based packages (called Bouquets)… which can only be accessed when you pay a monthly fee. Before we talk about the different ways through which you can pay for your DStv and GOtv fees in Nigeria, take a look at the different bouquets that are available on the DStv and GOtv platform.
As at the time of writing this article, GOtv runs five (5) monthly-based subscription pages.
- GoTv Lite — Costs NGN 400 / month; offers 25 channels.
- GOtv Value — Costs NGN 1,250 / month; offers 43 channels.
- GOtv Plus — Costs NGN 1,900 / month; offers 67 channels.
- GOtv Max — Costs NGN 3,200 / month; offers 75 channels.
- GOtv Mobile Access — NGN 630 Naira / month
Currently, DStv runs six (6) monthly-based subscription pages for the Nigerian customer.
- DStv FTA Plus — Costs NGN 1600 / month; offers 6 (Local) channels.
- DStv Access — Costs NGN 2,000 / month; offers 91 channels.
- DStv Family — Costs NGN 4,000 / month; offers 110 channels.
- DStv Compact — Costs NGN 6,800 / month; offers 165 channels.
- DStv Compact Plus– Costs NGN 10,650 / month; offers 174 channels.
- DStv Premium — Costs NGN 15,800 / month; offers 183 channels.
How to Pay & Renew DStv and GOtv Subscriptions in Nigeria
1. Using Online Payment Services
Thanks to technology and innovation, Nigeria is now home to many (budding, small, and big) online payment service providers. Interestingly, (almost) all these providers support cable and digital TV payments.