Catch­ing up

Cus­tomers with the old M-Net ana­logue de­coders can get ready to go dig­i­tal… for free!

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I have the old M-Net ana­logue de­coder and Mul­tiChoice said they need to up­grade my de­coder. Will I lose chan­nels and not see my favourite show Mod­ern Fam­ily any­more? – CARMI LEONARD, VIA FACE­BOOK Mul­tiChoice is grad­u­ally mi­grat­ing M-Net’s cur­rent ana­logue cus­tomers to dig­i­tal de­coders over the course of this year and into 2018. “We’re do­ing this at our cost for cur­rent ana­logue cus­tomers, prov­ince by prov­ince,” ex­plains a Mul­tiChoice spokesper­son. “M-Net ana­logue cus­tomers will con­tinue to get the same chan­nels they do now [with the same shows like Mod­ern Fam­ily (2009- cur­rent)] “at the same price. They will have much bet­ter dig­i­tal qual­ity view­ing and also ac­cess to an onscreen TV Guide and elec­tronic pro­gram­ming guide for the first time.” There is a small mi­gra­tion fee that is charged to cus­tomers. Only sub­scribers who are cur­rently M-Net ana­logue cus­tomers will be mi­grated – and wait for the call from Mul­tiChoice. Visit www.dstv. com/topic/mnet-ana­logue for more in­for­ma­tion.

De­coder users won’t be los­ing shows like Mod­ern Fam­ily when they up­grade.

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