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Kenya’s MultiChoice has reduced the price of its DStv HD decoder to 2,499 from 4,800 Kenyan Shilling (KES).

In a post by ItNewsAfrica, the reduction will enable more Kenyans have access to a better quality television viewing.

According to MultiChoice Kenya manager, Walingo Chiruyi, the HD decoder will be sold with a one month DStv Access subscription which offers 50 channels of movies, news, general entertainment and their likes.

“DStv Access offers 50 channels of general entertainment, movies, documentaries, news, children’s programming, music, religion and sport; this is a once-in-a-lifetime offer.” He said

The DStv HD decoder is said to be popular among foreigners and folks who have tastes for international programs.

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