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GoTV Introduces the ‘Open Bouquet’ Package for Uganda Television Lovers

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Gotv has packaged and launched a new plan for Ugandan TV lovers. Gotv launched the new plan known as “Open Bouquet” last week. The inclusion of this plan to  provides Ugandans more options in the digital television revolution.

Felix Kyengo, the general manager of Gotv while addressing newsmen on June 27, 2013 at Stanley Hotel, announced the introduction of the “Open Bouquet.” He stated that TV viewers on this plan will get quality pictures and sound.

Gotv is making efforts to satisfy television lovers in Uganda. Before the launching of the Open Bouquet, the cable television providers added two new channels to its packages. The newly added channels are Mnet Movies Zone and SuperSport Select 2.

Currently, Gotv has two packages, namely, the Gotv and Gotv plus. Both local and international channels are made available in these two plans. They are packaged to provide television viewers with news, kids programs, sports, and movies. The two channels provide viewers with more options in the movies and sport lineups of Gotv.

Open Bouquet offers TV viewers free to air channels and local channels, which include UBC TV, Bukedde TV, NTV Uganda, and others.

The current single price offer includes Gotenna (outdoor antenna), Gotv decoder, and a one month Gotv Plus subscription. When the one-month subscription to Gotv Plus expires, viewers can opt for any of the plans or pay a once off non-refundable administration fee in order to watch a number of free to air channels.

Gotv belongs to the MultiChoice family. According Albert Nga, the Uganda MultiChoice marketing manager, Gotv is continuously being innovating in order to offer the best digital TV services to television viewers in Uganda. Nga said that Gotv is not just passionate about digital TV but also passionate about Africa. This according to him, is the reason why it provides great African channels for Africans.

 

By Justin Anumiri

Edited by: Nancy Nguyen

 

Sources: hipipo/ guide2uganda/ newskenya/ image/

 

 

 

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