At a time when most subscribers on the South African based Multichoice DStv services are feeling the hike subscription fee thanks to the strengthening dollar versus the local Kenyan currencies. The pay TV main competitor in the local market, Wananchi Group’s Zuku, has announced a price slash for its pay TV, Internet and telecommunication services.
The price cuts by Zuku are said to take effect next month, and could potentially spell a decline in the number of subscribers for the Multichoice DStv services. Zuku has been on the onslaught of DStv’s market, and luck seems to be on its side. DStv was forced to hike its prices just recently, and the fact that subscribers pay the company in American dollar currencies, most subscribers have to pay more especially now that dollar is almost at its all-time highest exchange rate to the domestic Kenyan currency.
Zuku has launched Infinite Internet, Infinite TV and Infinite Talk telephony at a connection speed of 10Mbps, 20Mbps and 50Mbps charged at Ksh.4,099, Ksh.5,299 and Ksh.9,7999 respectively. Subscribers on the unlimited internet get to enjoy more than 60 free …read more
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