‘Karibu Home’ this Christmas with GOtv
This long holiday season, GOtv is giving you every reason to stay home. With new additional shows and channels offering the best of local and international programming, you can catch up with the family while enjoying the best series, music, sport, reality, celebrity and kiddie programming. With two new channels – BET and SuperSport Select 5 – recently added on GOtv Max, the entertainment has been maxed up just for you and your loved ones…plus additional new shows to premier on your favorite entertainment channels available on GOtv Plus and GOtv Max.
A GOtv decoder plus one-month GOtv Max subscription will retail countrywide at only Ksh. 1,999 and enjoy this festive season with your loved ones.
“Great entertainment has always been a key focus for GOtv – and we are excited to continue building our fantastic entertainment options for our customers especially during this season,” Simon Kariithi, GOtv Kenya GM said. “Christmas is a time when families come together, and home is the best place to be. In our commitment to enrich the lives of our customers whenever and wherever they engage with us, we have lined-up the best content and the biggest football titles in the world, including Serie A and La Liga, wrestling and the best of Hollywood and riveting local entertainment providing more choice for the whole family.”
This holiday season, you can watch movies, series and showbiz programming including:
- Sinking Cities Starts Thursday, 1 November at 21:00 CAT on Discovery Channel
- Top Nigerian Weddings airs on Wednesdays at 20:55 CAT on FoxLife
- The E! People’s Choice Awards 2018: Live from the Red-Carpet Friday, 11 November at 02:00 CAT and 2018 People’s Choice Awards: Friday, 11 November at 04:00 CAT on E! Entertainment
- Dog and Beth: On The Hunt starts Friday, 19 November at 08:40 CAT, 13:15 CAT and 19:30 CAT on CBS Reality
- The Flood airs Sunday, 25 November at 18:00 CAT on Nat Geo Wild
- 2018 BET Soul Train Awards premiers Thursday, 29 November at 21:00 CAT on BET
- FANatic airs on Sunday, 11 November at 20:00 CAT on BET
Kids have options of edutainment content through a wide variety of programming for kids of all ages with new shows and series premiers.
- Knight Squad airs new Episodes- Thursday, 1 November at 16:10 CAT on Nickelodeon
- New episodes of I Am Frankie premier weekdays starting Monday 5 November at 20:10 CAT on Nickelodeon
- Puppy Dog Pals adventure on Disney Junior weekdays at 17:30 CAT
- Caillou airs on Saturdays and Sundays at 09:00 on JimJam
- Berry and Dolly starts Monday, 26 November air daily at 07:21 CAT 13:32 CAT and !8:23 CAT on JimJam
GOtv sports fans can catch the best of Serie A on Friday 2 November 2018 when Napoli meets Empoli at 21:30 CAT on SuperSport Select 5. Afcon qualifiers will also be played live on Saturday 17 and 18 November from 15:00 CAT on both days.
Saturday, 17 November
- South Africa vs Nigeria 15:00 CAT
- Uganda vs Cape Verde 15:00 CAT
Sunday, 18 November
- Ethiopia vs Ghana 15:00 CAT
- Mozambique vs Zambia 15:30 CAT
- Lesotho vs Tanzania 16:00 CAT
- Liberia vs Zimbabwe 18:00 CAT
GOtv subscribers will also have access to service caravans across the country during this holiday season. The service caravans will offer customers customer care support with an array of services including upgrades, reconnects, accessory and decoder swaps, installation services. GOtv Plus and GOtv Value customers who stay continuously connected by paying their subscriptions on time will be also be rewarded with airtime and exciting discount offers on their monthly subscriptions to experience one week of sport on the GOtv Max package.
GOtv is always exploring new ways to add value and reward its customers. Our customers are at the heart of our business and we are always looking to consistently enhance our subscribers’ viewing pleasure and allows subscribers to enjoy the very best home entertainment options for the whole family. With flexibility in price across the bouquets, and the reward on extra sports channels, subscribers have more variety and choice without compromising on quality throughout this season.”