GOtv rolls out services in Jos
GOtv, yesterday, rolled out its services in the city of Jos. The company said in a statement that the launch would fill the gap that the analogues switch-off soon to commence in the city would create.
Gotv’s General Manager Mrs Elizabeth Amkpa said in the statement: “GOtv is delivered to homes in Nigeria via the use of the latest DVB-T2 technology, which guarantees a one-off migration to the digital age. This means that when the analogue-switch off happens in Jos, subscribers will not require a new decoder.”
The Jos launch came with a special introductory offer, giving the first 1,000 subscribers to purchase GOtv an exciting goodie bag, she said.
“GOtv will be giving away a 32-inch flat screen TV, as well as a home theatre system and a 2.5KVA generator to one lucky customer”, the statement added.