22nd September 2019

New package option from GOtv called GOtv Max launches

GOtv Max

MultiChoice Zambia has announced the upcoming launch of an exciting new GOtv package called GOtv Max which will take entertainment to the maximum! From Sunday, 1 October 2017, GOtv Max which will further unlock GOtv’s world of entertainment to more quality content at great value.

“Great entertainment has always been a key focus of GOtv – and we are excited to continue building our
fantastic entertainment options for our customers by bringing them this new package,” MultiChoice
Zambia Acting Managing Director, Ngoza Kasunga Matakala said. “Go-getters can now access more
entertainment and sport – including the best football titles in the world – with the GOtv MAX package.
We will bring the best football titles in the world, including La Liga, providing more choice for the whole
family.”

GOtv MAX will provide families with a broader choice than ever before on GOtv – with four (4) new
channels of the hottest local and international programming featuring anything and everything from the
series, music and sport to the latest in fashion reality, celebrity and kiddies programming. The GOtv

MAX package will become GOgetters’ most economical way to get access to the latest and best content
straight from Hollywood and around the world.

The new package GOtv MAX will include the best European football in action – all the La Liga matches
live on a new sports channel, SS Select 4, in addition to the all the sports on SuperSports Select 2 and 3
which airs selected live games of the Premier League and a wider sports offering which includes WWE.
GOtv customers will also enjoy the movies and series straight from the US on channels like Fox
Entertainment and Sony MAX as well as riveting reality programmes on CBS Reality. Customers will get
all of this for an affordable price of K 140 per month.

As part of GOtv’s ongoing efforts to expose GOgetters to exciting new content, GOtv will give all active
GOtv Plus customers a taste of the GOtv Max package with an open view period of the channels from
the 1 st until 31 st of October 2017. During this open viewing period, GOtv Plus customers will be treated
to GOtv Max’s wide variety of entertainment programmes like La Liga on SS Select 4, Fox
Entertainment, Sony MAX, CBS Reality and more. Some of the popular programming on these
channels include Empire, Judge Judy, 1000 ways to die, The Simpsons, Cheaters and many more. The
GOtv Open window periods are one of the innovative ways we aim to provide more value for our
subscribers’ video entertainment experience, irrespective of their subscription plan.

“We’re delighted that our GOtv Plus customers will get to experience this new world of entertainment.
With more package options now available to our valued GOtv customers, they can choose a subscription
plan that best fits their needs and budget, added Ngoza Kasunga Matakala. “We remain committed to
delivering the best entertainment that is affordable in order to give millions of television viewers the
opportunity to enjoy quality digital entertainment.”

For more information about the new package and how to upgrade, visit www.gotvafrica.com.

Source: Multichoice Zambia

6 thoughts on “New package option from GOtv called GOtv Max launches

  1. when can i pay for this great thing you have brought to us and if i pay for gplus this month will i be watching gmax?

  2. Thank you for bring these wonderful channels ….but what of English premier league and some channels for kinds.k140 is the a lot of money we were expecting at least 5 to 10 channels to be introduced.but to our surprise only 4 channels so far

  3. when do some one starts watching max plus for example i paid 15/04/18 up to now i cant watch not activated can you please advise a/c 4623688868

  4. I feel disgusted and disappointed with gotv. I don’t want to subscribe next time. Will look for kwese. I struggle for signal here in obama every day. Too much of E48-32

  5. I need gotv customer services Mobile number please am trying to pay it’s refusing what could be the problem?

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