Multichoice, the leading pay-television operator in Nigeria now allows DSTV subscribers to rent and watch the latest blockbuster movies in the comfort of their homes on their Explora decoders.
Under the plan, the promoter of BoxOffice said that DSTV subscribers can now rent and keep movies for up to 48 hours for N400 per movie.
Box Office gives subscribers access to a wide variety of movies from comedy, drama and family movies, to horror, fantasy and a whole lot more,including a selection of great Nollywood titles such as “Plantain Girl” and”In Her Shoes” the company said.
John Ugbe, Managing Director of MultiChoice Nigeria says that “DSTV services like BoxOffice form part of a bigger MultiChoice strategy to use cutting-edge technological innovation to help people enjoy some of the best entertainment available at a time that’s convenient to them.”
DStv recently launched its African News channels believe it will assist in building an African culture of unity and pride through the introduction of the Boxoffice.
“With this innovative service our subscribers can watch the latest blockbusters before they become available on TV legitimately BoxOffice delivers quality, simplicity, choice and convenience at the touch of the green button”, Ugbe added.
Multichoice Nigeria made an entry into the Nigerian market in 1994 in partnership with MultiChoice Africa.