MultiChoice Namibia launches Showmax Add To Bill

08 February 2021 | Art and Entertainment

STAFF REPORTER

WINDHOEK

DStv Premium subscribers can now enjoy the best international series and movies via Showmax at no extra cost, as digital pioneer MultiChoice Namibia introduces its brand new Showmax Add to Bill offering.
Starting tomorrow, 9 February, all DStv Premium customers can add Showmax to their monthly bill at no extra cost. This puts all the very best in streaming entertainment at subscribers’ fingertips, allowing viewers access to endless showbiz releases.
“We launched Showmax Add to Bill in response to our customers’ changing consumption patterns as a result of video entertainment services increasingly moving online. As an ICT anchor within Namibia, it’s only fitting that we maintain pace with these trends and provide greater access to our existing online entertainment offering. Showmax Add to Bill now makes it easier for DStv subscribers to access these services,” managing director Roger Gertze said.
Compact Plus, Compact, Access and Family customers can add Showmax to their DStv subscription for half the standard Showmax subscription price of N$ 72.50 by visiting dstvafrica.com, selecting ‘activate’ on the Showmax banner, selecting ‘Add to Bill’, accepting the quotation, choosing between a once-off or recurring payment, selecting their referred payment method (card or EFT), selecting ‘save and pay’, selecting ‘create an account’, and completing the account set-up to start watching Showmax
Alternatively, subscribers can access the MyDStv App from their mobile devices to add Showmax to their DStv account. Subscribers can link one Showmax account per DStv subscription. In the case of customers being subscribed to more than one DStv package, Showmax can be linked to each package and will be discounted according to either the free or half price offering.
Access to Showmax, even for DStv Premium subscribers receiving the service for free, is not automatic.
Active DStv subscribers can activate Showmax on their DStv accounts via the MyDStv app or by visiting dstvafrica.com. Accounts cannot be activated via the Showmax website.


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