Friday, May 12, 2006

Kenya gets 'Tivo'

Multichoice Kenya has introduced personal video recorders, allowing recording of up to 80 hours. Also subscribers can watch 2 different channels simultaneously while recording a third and rewind live TV events. Cost is 51,000 shillings (about $700). It is always refreshing when a company promises and meets targets it has set.

The company is also offering standard decoders at a discounted price of 20,000 shillings, marketed around the upcoming World Cup in June.

8 comments:

Couch 'tato said...

ok this is not good news for the tato not good news at all!

Prousette said...

terrible news indeed ...especially with the world cup bit thrown in the mix.

bankelele said...

Couch 'tato: Not good, may need a bigger couch, and diversification from fanta

Prousette: a bit pricey, though the strong shilling works to our advantage

acolyte said...

It is good to see that Kenyan based companies are doing more and more to read into the needs of customers!

mashatall said...

bankelele, does the National housing corporation have a website? need to check out their inventory of houses on sale, but could not find any link on google. would really appreciate it..

BizKenya said...

it is good news, at least it will solve the home disputes on which programme to watch especially with the world cup aroud the corner. They should reduce the subscrption fee, its too high

bankelele said...

acolyte; Company has been great for us sports fans, giving live coverage of almost all major worldwide sporting events

mashatall: http://www.nhckenya.co.ke/

BizKenya: M-Choice will only lower prices when suitable competition appears. But I expect home disputes to remain despite the extra channel

nick said...

u have no idea how this is so not good. ati u can even pause it...and come back to where u had left off....LORD GIVE ME STRENGTH!!!!!and prolly that diversification from FANTA

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