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MultiChoice Nigeria has announced new subscription package options on DStv Business for businesses and corporate organisations in Nigeria.

This was contained in a statement released by the company on Thursday, July 22, saying the new DStv business packages were aimed at ensuring business owners and organisations enjoyed the ultimate TV experience in HD.

Speaking on the new subscription package options, the Chief Executive Officer, MultiChoice Nigeria, John Ugbe, said: “We always ask ourselves how we can make our customers experience better for businesses.”

Ugbe explained further that the company revamped its business packages, offering business owners the right mixture of entertainment to enhance the experience of guests and staff.

Techeconomy.ng previously reported that MultiChoice Nigeria was accused of tuning down FIRS’ access to its servers for audit.

The Service, however, appointed commercial banks as agents to recover N1.8 trillion from accounts of MultiChoice Nigeria Limited (MCN) and MultiChoice Africa (MCA).

Muhammad Nami, FIRS chairman, said the decision to appoint the banks as agents and freeze the accounts was due to the group’s continued refusal to grant FIRS access to its servers for audit.

Commenting on the FIRS’s claim, Nigeria’s pioneer pay TV service provider declared that it has not received any notification over the alleged tax evasion.

The DStv Multichoice media coordinator, Bamidele Johnson, in a statement, said the company would comply with the tax laws of Nigeria.

The statement read: “MultiChoice Nigeria has not received any notification from FIRS. MultiChoice Nigeria respects and is comfortable that it complies with the tax laws of Nigeria.

“We have been and are currently in discussion with FIRS regarding their concerns and believe that we will be able to resolve the matter amicably.”

 

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