Founded in 1995, MultiChoice Mozambique has more than 120 staff working at offices in Maputo, Matola, Beira, Tete and Nampula. Our distribution channel includes six branches and agencies as well as over 150 accredited installers. DStv customers have a choice of five packages offering a total of 200 channels while GOtv customers can choose between three packages.
MultiChoice Mozambique is a proud partner with various stakeholders in our country. These partnerships are all about our customers, the people we aim to delight every day and every time that they access our combination of world-class entertainment and sport. We believe that it is only through deep, meaningful and mutually beneficial partnerships that we can continue to delight our customers and to grow the number of Mozambicans we reach with the power of our entertainment. We thank our many partners for their unstinting support over the years. Working together, with you we look forward to deepening the power of MultiChoice entertainment in Mozambique.
Message from the MD of MultiChoice Mozambique, Agnelo Laice
Our employees interact daily with our agents, suppliers and retailers, the people who are indispensable to creating value for subscribers. We are also always reaching out to our customers, our call centre handling some hundreds of interactions each month while our GO Clinics regularly travel to our customers to help them better use our self-help tools.
Rooted in Mozambique, we support the development of our communities. Through its content, DStv has created an educational package which it distributes in the country’s public high schools through a PVR decoder which allows the creation of a digital library. The main secondary schools of Maputo, Ressano Garcia, Namaacha, Chongoene, Magude, Manjacaze, Maxixe, Beira, Chimoio, Tete, Quelimane, Nampula, Pemba and Lichinga have all benefited from this initiative to date. MultiChoice Mozambique also allocates part of its revenue to support education annually in the One Chair, One Student initiative.
MultiChoice Mozambique starts operating
Mozambicans employed directly
thousand US$ invested in its GOtv digital terrestrial TV platform