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Tuesday, August 2, 2016


GOTV the market leader in TV subscriptions in the country, has announced price cuts for its various bouquets with the lowest package,

The move comes as the Rio Olympics kick off on August 5th. GOTV and DStv will be carrying the games.

Zuku and Startimes won't have coverage of the Olympics owing to lack of TV broadcast rights.

GOTV Lite is now going for Sh160 (US$1.58) for access to 16 channels including Supersport Blitz.

Subscribers can pay Sh840 ($8.29) for a full-year subscription.

GOTV Value package also drops in price from Sh650 to Sh470 per month.

The premium package GOTV Plus remains at Sh920 a month and will feature three additional Supersport Channels, 5,7 and 12 dedicated to covering the Rio Olympics.

Supersport 12 will be a 24-hour Olympics news channel produced by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

The GOTV decoder and antenna will now retail for Sh2999 down from Sh3999.

Olympic coverage begins on August 5 while the new bouquet prices take effect from August 20.

The Lite package is the cheapest in the market as GOTV which has more than 50 per cent of all TV subscriptions in the country, looks to extend it market share,

Also in the market is Bamba TV which recently was bought by KTN ( Kenya Television Network), Azam, Citizen ADN among others.

Zuku and DStv are currently renegotiating their licenses with the regulator, Communications Authority of Kenya while some new entrants will be expected.


  1. Subscribe, renew and pay for your GOtv account in less than 3 minutes with this simple steps:
    1. Click on this link
    2. Pick the bouquet package of your choice
    3. Enter your Gotv card number
    4. Pay.