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GOtv Coverage Extends to Abuja Suburbs



GOtv signals in Abuja, Nigeria’s federal capital territory (FCT) and environs received a boost on Friday 21 November 2014 with its coverage reaching suburbs and bordering towns.

Among the new towns and suburbs covered by the low-cost digital terrestrial pay-TV are – Dawaki, Dutse, Gwagwalada, Karu, Kubwa, Nyanyan, New Nyanyan, Keffi and Mararaba both in Nasarawa state, and Suleja in Niger state.

Speaking at a commemorative event held at the Utako Modern Market on Wednesday 26 November, Elizabeth Amkpa, GOtv’s general manager said: “In support of the digital migration, the price of GOtv decoders has been slashed to N2 900 in the GO Gaga festive offer. This season special presents an exciting time for TV lovers in Abuja environs to join in the digital television revolution”.

“Not only will new subscribers buy their GOtv decoders at a further subsidized price, there is the added festive cheer of the MultiChoice Super Cruise promo which gives them an opportunity to be entered into a draw for a chance to win one of 20 Kia Rio cars, among other prices.”

She concluded by saying that new subscribers can enter for the MultiChoice Super Cruise promo by paying an additional two months subscription while existing subscribers are simply required to pay three months subscription to qualify for the draws.
GOtv offers the GOtv Plus bouquet which gives access to 41 channels and the GOtv bouquet with a 28 channel offering, both providing families access to an exciting selection of local and international channels containing news, sport, movies, music, documentaries, religion and children’s programming.

For N2900, subscribers get a GOtv decoder including 1 month subscription to GOtv Plus. At the expiration of the one month, subscribers can continue to watch 41 exciting channels on the GOtv Plus bouquet for a monthly subscription of N1500 or downgrade to GOtv for N1000 monthly.


GOtv was launched with the latest approved DVB-T2 decoders and caters to a variety of tastes for different members of the family.

GOtv channel lineup includes – AfricaMagic Family, AfricaMagic Epic Movies, AfricaMagic World, AfricaMagic Yoruba, AfricaMagic Hausa, BET, Blackbelt TV, E! Entertainment, Telemundo, Televista, Discovery World, Nat Geo Wild, eTV Africa, Vox Africa, Select Sports, Al Jazeera and CNN, Channel O, MTV Base, Disney Junior, Nickelodeon, JimJam, Islam Channel, One Gospel, and Sound City.

By tuning into these exciting GOtv channels this festive season, subscribers can follow the intrigues and drama on Broken Angel and Fearless heart on Telemudo. For enlightening documentaries, subscribers can tune into Channel ED for Little Heaven which tells an intense story of a special orphanage for children born with HIV in Addis Ababa. Sony Entertainment Television presents exciting series including Crime Scene and Investigation (CSI) and the Bernie Mac Show. There will also be several animated music-filled enchanted tales for kids including Snow White and Gulliver’s Travel on JimJam. Women can also join in the fun and learn to prepare classic home recipes in “My MA’s Kitchen” on AfricaMagic Family.

GOtv is a new digital pay television offering on the Digital Terrestrial Television platform managed by MultiChoice with a proud legacy of providing the best digital pay-TV in Nigeria for over 20 years.
Other cities covered by GOtv include – Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Lagos, Enugu, Benin, Aba, Owerri, Kano, Kaduna, Onitsha, Asaba, Uyo, Calabar, Osogbo, Ife, Ogbomoso, Akure, Oyo, Jos, Abeokuta, Ilesa, Ede, Iseyin, Makurdi and Ado-ekiti, providing crystal clear pictures and sound at a price everyone can afford.
GOtv subscribers will not be affected by digital migration as GOtv is already digital compliant.
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