DStvMustFall gains support, peeps tired of watching repeat shows

DStvMustFall gains support, peeps tired of watching repeat shows

- #DStvMustFall has been trending since the morning on Thursday

- The broadcast satellite servive owned by MultiChoice has been accused of playing repeat shows

- Mzansi peeps have taken to social media to vent their frustrations at DStv, saying they are tired of paying for expensive packages while they are busy playing repeat shows

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Mzansi peeps are tired of watching repeat shows and paying for channels they do not watch on DStv.

They've taken to social media to vent their frustrations at the Digital Satellite Television, otherwise known as DStv, which provides them with multiple channels and services at a monthly fee.

The #DStvMustfall has been trending on social media since Thursday morning.

Their viewers have complained that they pay too much to watch the same shows "as old as 2015".

Some are calling for a DStv package that will allow them to select their own channels.

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@BlackCulture_HM commented:

"These people must be ashamed of themselves."

@Gomolemo_17 said:

"To be honest DStv should just have a package where we can select our own channels, now we're paying for channels we don't even know exist. What the hell is 'Kyk Net'?"

@ZamakonkeK wrote:

"DStv must grant us the right of choosing our favourite channels, those who pay R100 can't view channel 161, who told them they don't want it?"

@DlomoLumka wrote:

"DStv will make you watch a movie so many times you could write the script and direct the movie yourself."

@mushroom_tsolo said:

"I have been using DStv for more than 4 years and when we raise concerns this is what they do, block us instead of addressing us like their loyal customers, they must fall."

@BuddhaKing325 wrote:

"Omnibus of reality shows, like really?"

@MrobanaM added:

"We're paying for two channels 161 and 157, other channels are useless."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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