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Multichoice Botswana, Botswana

Enriching Lives
Today MultiChoice is the leading multichannel digital satellite television operator across the African continent. Read more
  • Multichoice Botswana Marketing Manager
  • Shop 11 Riverwalk Shopping Mall
  • Gaborone
  • Botswana
  • Tel: +267 360 5666
  • Fax: +267 370 0122
  • Web: www.multichoice.co.za
MultiChoice started as the subscriber management arm of M-Net, the analogue Pay-TV channel. Today it is the leading multichannel digital satellite television operator across the African continent. Its dynamic technology platform and varied bouquet of channels, built on a foundation of compelling premium entertainment, has seen MultiChoice grow its business across South Africa.

We live in a world where information has become the key advantage. Today, information can travel anywhere, anytime, at great speed and in so many different ways - unlocking potential wherever it goes. At MultiChoice, we constantly look for innovative ways and push boundaries to deliver information and content that is not only entertaining, but informative.

MultiChoice provides its DStv services to different market segments. The DStv bouquets cater for different lifestyles and pockets, from entry level to Premium. Its premium service provides more than 90 video + 4 HD video, 40 CD quality audio channels, 32 radio stations and 3 interactive services. DStv is also available as a niche service for the Indian and Portuguese communities.

M-Net and SuperSport are part of the MultiChoice stable, which delivers premium channels and content to a growing number of subscribers. Oracle, DStv Mobile, MWEB, DStv Online, CommerceZone, SmartVillage and NMSCom also form part of the group.

DStv Mobile has been running trials on technologies aimed at playing a significant role in the transmission of the 2010 World Cup; namely mobile television. This mobile broadcast technology allows for the digital terrestrial broadcast of live television channels to a specially equipped mobile phone.

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