MyBroadband TV – Dstv competitor

Largest IT Website in South Africa MyBroadband has joined global content providers to launch MyBroadband TV – a digital satellite TV service that directly contends with DStv and StarSat’s pay-TV services.

With 1 million unique monthly visitors, serving the native market with technology and business tech news and the largest online community in the country, MyBroadband TV provides over 100 channels at only R99 per month. For an additional R49 per month, MyBroadband TV users will also get unlimited access to Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO Now, and Amazon Prime.

Worth noting is that the new MyBroadband TV service uses the same satellite dish and decoder technology as DStv. This means present DStv subscribers can simply move to the new MyBroadband TV service.

How to switch to MyBroadband TV?
To switch to MyBroadband TV, existing DStv customers can simply buy a MyBroadband Smartcard and slot it in their DStv decoder.

Another alternative is to purchase the new MyBroadband TV Explorer decoder, with a fixed smartcard, for R599.

The innovative MyBroadband TV Explorer decoder has full Internet connectivity to upkeep its online content products.

MyBroadband TV content details
The MyBroadband TV service provides customers with access to 105 channels that offer an extensive collection of movies and entertainment, documentaries and lifestyle, news, sport, music, and business content.

The majority of these movies and entertainment, documentary, and sports channels will be transmitted in HD (720p). All online content will be available in full HD (1080p).

MyBroadband TV provides customers with ten diverse AwesomeSports channels, with a wide range of sporting codes. Many large sporting events will be shown live.

Users of MyBroadband TV’s Explorer will also get access to a free “Catch Up” service, as well as a “Box Office” movie rental service. Movie rentals are billed at R25 per movie.
Established in 2003, MyBroadband will kick start its MyBroadband TV marketing today, and anticipates signing up to 100,000 new subscribers within the first six months.

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