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Monday, 19 November 2018

DStv: Subscribers demand pay-as-you-view billing system in Nigeria

Digital Satellite Television service Subscribers in Nigeria are protesting over the proceeded with payment for services not rendered by MultiChoice, the real separation to-home service supplier in Nigeria.

In isolated meetings with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Monday, DStv endorsers begged the Federal Government to institute a law to urge MultiChoice to present "pay-as-you-view billing'' framework.

The endorsers said that there was a requirement for such billing framework, as it would guarantee an incentive for the membership.

A large number of the supporters grumbled of paying for what they didn't get services for, saying that after a few objections, MultiChoice did not tune in.

Mr Uzochukwu Nwafor, a specialist, said that MultiChoice was not accommodating on how it was taking care of the issue of pay-as-you-view.

"They have to set up a direction to enable Subscribers of appreciate the cash they paid to see the projects.

"With that (pay-as-you-see billing), we can spare some cash, I see buying in to DStv programs as a waste of cash; it doesn't occur abroad or even in South Africa, '' he said.

Mr Silvanus Nwankwo, a government employee, said that the National Assembly (NASS) should investigate the tasks of MultiChoice.

"Numerous organizations come to Nigeria and scam us on the grounds that our approaches are not being actualized.

"Once more, DStv does not have genuine contenders and that is the reason the organization is carrying on as it pleases.

"The Pay-As-You-Go billing that broadcast communications administrators offer should be pertinent to DStv,'' he said.

Nwankwo, in any case, said that the NASS should center around the quantity of Nigerians that bought in to the organization's service and demand diminishing costs of its bunches.

A Hip Hop Artiste, Ishmael Lawal, famously known as 'Ruler Songo' said that MultiChoice was cheating Nigerians, as its decoder did not work appropriately.

Lawal said that after membership, he scarcely watched the projects on the grounds that the flag was poor.

He additionally stated, "The organization cuts off memberships two days before lapse, all of a sudden.

"Once more, they continue rehashing programs, when one had paid to get new and inclining programs.''

A source at the Consumer Protection Council, who argued obscurity, said that the gathering had effectively prosecuted MultiChoice over the issue.
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