GOtv Kenya, a multicourse-owned pay-TV has expanded its signal coverage in Busia county with the opening of a new transmission site in the Burumba district.
This will provide thousands of families with affordable and high-quality entertainment.
“It is a great honor for GOtv to consider Busia as one of the counties for your growing investments in the country,” said Director of Communication, Winston Mbanda, Busia County.
The transmission site will serve over 40,000 households offering unmatched entertainment options for the residents of Burumba sub-county and the surrounding areas.
“GOtv’s mission is to enrich lives by making great entertainment more accessible. This is the reason we have continued to make significant investments in the country to offer more Kenyans affordable, wholesome, and quality entertainment that suits their family viewing needs. Our customers are at the heart of our business, and we endeavour to take decisions that respond to their needs even as we offer them unmatched entertainment on our GOtv platform,” said Nancy Matimu, MultiChoice Kenya Managing Director.
This is GOtv’s 28th site to be commissioned in the country and will service the population of Busia Town, Mundika, Bwamani, Ochude, Kemodo, Asinge, Murumba.
Other regions in include; Simbachai, Asinge, Busibwabo, Angorom, Korinda, Bumala, Namboboto, Mayayos, Lugulu, Butula, Namiaso, Namwitsula, Ngelechom, Mayenje, Kongrass shopping centre.
Customers in Busia can visit any of our service centers in Cheptul, Majengo, Kaimosi, Mumias, Busia town, Bumula, or Butula for sales and aftersales support.
GOtv offers over 70 local and foreign channels in five packages: Supa (Kshs 1,499 per month), Max (Kshs 1,150 per month), Plus (Kshs 870 per month), Value (Kshs 550 per month), and Lite (Kshs199 per month), each with a distinct mix of channels.