Lagos – MultiChoice has been ordered to stop its planned DSTV price hike by a Federal court in Lagos.
The court has said that Multichoice to back off from its increase of DStv subscription fees which would have come into effect from April.
The increase which was affected across Africa led to vocal consumer outrage especially in Nigeria and Zambia.
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In Nigeria DStv hiked its monthly subscription fee by 20%.
Judge C.J. Aneke said that the details of the case and the interim injunction will be published in national newspapers in Nigeria.
The case will be heard on 16 April.
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