MultiChoice Malawi has promised to continue expanding its services to suit its subscribersâ€™ taste and to contribute to the continentâ€™s digital future.
Sales and marketing manager Titania Katenga Kaunda promised exciting television entertainment when the digital satellite television (DStv) service provider held a cocktail for its customers at Sunbird Mzuzu on Friday.
During the event, Kaunda also took the clients through last monthâ€™s migration to new satellite settingsâ€”IS20â€”which gives MultiChoice Africa room to introduce more channels.
Â â€œWe are constantly innovating to improve the DStv viewing experience. As a result of the shift to IS20, we have reorganised the bouquets and changed some of the channel numbers,â€ said Kaunda.
The company has also launched more high-definition channels to keep the continent apace with global advancement in pay TV technology.
According to Kaunda, MultiChoice has installed DStv sets in 40 government schools across the country. She trumpeted the audio-visual resource centres for easing teaching and learning processes.