GOtv assures its readiness ahead of Nairobi’s analogue switch-off

MultiChoice Kenya, the parent of Pay-TV operator GOtv, has launched a campaign to assure Nairobi residents of its readiness for the analogue switch-off on December 13.

“GOtv has been playing a pivotal role towards contributing to this technological transformation and in the process helping the country to achieve its set target towards the migration to digital TV transmission,” said Felix Kengo, general manager of GOtv Kenya.

GOtv decoders, available from MultiChoice agents, are currently available for KES 3,399 (USD 39) inclusive of two months free GOtv subscription.