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Multichoice allows its subscribers to view all channels, denies been hacked 


Story from Kenneth AFOR, Lagos

Multichoice Nigeria, operators of DSTV and GOTV has denied claims of been hacked, says it is allowing all DSTV and GOTV subscribers to view their respective bouquets during the period of system upgrade.

This was disclosed by a staff working with the company who pleaded anonymity.

According to her, the company made the decision to open all of its channels to avoid customers having difficulties in accessing some channels on their bouquets.

“Instead of allowing subscribers to go through such challenge, we decided to open all channels till the upgrade is over,” she said.

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Prior to the free to air channels for a limited time, the company had in the past week informed its subscribers of an upgrade which would last for three days, October 17th 2020 to October 19th, 2020 adding that its communication channels for subscribers to reach them would not available during the upgrade period.

“Please be informed that Multichoice offices are undergoing a system upgrade from 11 pm Saturday, October 17 to 4 pm Monday, October 19, 2020.

“We apologise for inconveniences this may cause,” it stated.

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