GOtv Kenya on Expansion Drive; Targets 30 Transmission Sites by March 2022

David Indeje is Khusoko’s Digital Editor, covering East African markets.
Entertainment comes alive in Bomet as GOtv expands network coverage in the region

Mr. Simon Langat and MultiChoice Kenya Managing Director, Nancy Matimu unveil the plaque at the site of the new GOtv mast in Bomet.

GOtv, a low-cost digital pay-TV has embarked on an expansion drive investing in its signal coverage in coverage with an aim of owning a total of 30 transmission sites in Kenya by March 2022.

A subsidiary of Multichoice, it says it will launch four new sites in the coming months after commissioning its 26th transmission site in 26th site that GOtv has commissioned Bomet Thursday.  This follows the Nanyuki site which was launched on Tuesday 14 December.

The new site will boost GOtv reception in Bomet town and adjacent areas including Silibwet, Tenwek, Longisa, Merigi, Motigo, Aisaik, Chebole Kapsoiya and Chebile giving customers access to more channels, clearer signal and unmatched local and international entertainment.

Nancy Matimu, MultiChoice Kenya Managing Director said, “GOtv remains committed to offering more choice and great value through affordable packages that are tailor-made to suit a variety of customers.”

“With award-winning local shows and great international entertainment available on over 70 channels, there is no shortage of content on the platform. Through our expansive partner and dealer network, customers can access sales and after-sales services as we seek to increase information access across the country.”

Customers in Bomet and can visit Emminent Electronics, Lens Electronics, ReSquare Electronics, Treestar Electronics, Mamboleo Electronics, Hope Electronics and Happy GO Electronics in Bomet for sales and aftersales support.

Mr Simon Langat, County Secretary Bomet County while commissioning the site said, “The boosting of the signal in this region will provide more people with access to news and entertainment. As a county, we, seek to strengthen our partnership with MultiChoice Kenya as they continue to support economic activities in Bomet and provide employment to hundreds of people through their products.”

GOtv customers can look forward to wholesome family entertainment on over 70 local and international channels including award-winning Kenyan shows by top Kenyan starts available on five packages on GOtv – Supa, Max, Plus, Value and Lite.

GOtv customers can also sign up to GOtv Max for Sh. 1,150 with 55 local and international channels, GOtv Plus with over 45 channels at Sh. 870, GOtv Value available for Sh. 550 a month with over 30 channels and GOtv Lite which is available for only Sh. 265 per month with over 20 channels including local favourites Maisha Magic East, Akili Kids and TV 47.

GOtv was launched in Kenya in 2011.

David Indeje is Khusoko’s Digital Editor, covering East African markets.

In my role as Community Engagement Editor For Khusoko, I care about our audience. engaging them, getting news delivered to them across a variety of platforms, and expanding the diversity of voices on our website.

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