Subscription to channels programme is considered an exploitation by most users of Cable in the country. Whether you're using GOTV, DSTV or other cable systems, the subscription for all of these is known to be expensive and unfavorable.
Sometimes, you don't get to watch a particular channel all through the month, but you would have to pay for it. Why do we have to pay for a service we're not using? That's the major question on the lips of subscribers across the country.
However, there might be a solution to this problem. Earlier today, Punch Newspaper released a statement by the Association of Subscribers in the country. The Association wants the Operators to allow them adopt pay-as-you-go billing system.
For those that don't understand what Pay-as-you-go means, it's simply a mode of subscription that helps subscribers pay only for the channels used in a month. I guess this would be a fair approach to end the exploitation of subscribers. However, we await the decision of Operators concerning this proposal.
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