Viewers across Nigeria are expressing their frustration as Multichoice, a leading broadcasting service provider, continues to charge exorbitant fees for its services while failing to deliver on the promise of quality content. The latest disappointment stems from Multichoice’s inability to broadcast the highly anticipated AFCON 2023, leaving subscribers outraged and questioning the value of their subscriptions.
Despite paying a premium for Multichoice’s services, subscribers will be left in the dark, missing out on crucial moments of the AFCON 2023 tournament. The failure to deliver this key sporting event, combined with persistently high subscription costs, has ignited a wave of discontent among Multichoice customers.
Numerous complaints have flooded social media platforms, with subscribers highlighting the stark disparity between the fees they pay and the lacklustre service they receive. Many are now questioning the company’s commitment to customer satisfaction and whether the costs are justified in light of the recent broadcasting failure.
Multichoice’s reputation for providing top-quality content is at stake, as disgruntled subscribers call for transparency and accountability. The company is urged to address the concerns promptly, offering explanations for the AFCON 2023 blackout and outlining steps to prevent such disappointments in the future.
Below are some of the reactions as seen on X (formerly, Twitter):