The first one’s free – DStv announces limited-time online access to DStv’s sports offering

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DStv really wants you to like its new, rebranded streaming offering, also known as DStv. So much so that the service has announced some free access to DStv Premiership via the streaming app, from 24 to 25 October. There is, of course, a catch.

DStv is being a good sport?

Rather than making the offering open to absolutely everyone, you’ve got to be a DStv subscriber. If you are, on any package, then you can watch local football on the company’s streaming platforms without paying any additional feel. It’s got a little something to do with the company sponsoring the PSL in South Africa.

Yolisa Phahle, CEO of General Entertainment & Connected Video at MultiChoice Group, said “Babize Bonke’ is not just a tagline but rather our clear intention to rally many more South Africans around local soccer on display in the country’s top league. Through our ‘Open Window’, we are calling and inviting sports-loving South Africans to enjoy the games with us across our diverse platforms, accessing the best in local and international sports content through our SuperSport channels.”

For more detail on how DStv is handling the “free” session of South African football, head here.

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