A file picture of lawmakers throughout plenary on the Home of Representatives chamber in Abuja.
The Home of Representatives has resolved to arrange an ad-hoc committee to look into the fee plan of Multichoice and different direct-to-home broadcast service suppliers to implement a Pay-As-You-Go Tariff Plan.
The lawmakers got here to the decision at plenary on Tuesday.
They expressed issues that DSTV and different Direct-To-Residence Service Suppliers have intentionally refused to implement the Pay-As-You-Go Tariff Plan however fairly cost customers on a set month-to-month tariff plan, not like what’s obtainable outdoors Nigeria.
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Consultant Idem who raised the movement, knowledgeable lawmakers that DSTV operates a Pay-As-You-Go Tariff Plan in different international locations however has chosen to take advantage of Nigerians by way of a set month-to-month plan.
In keeping with him, Nigeria is the largest marketplace for DSTV and deserves to be handled higher.
The movement was supported by lawmakers who described the motion of DSTV as an abuse and unfair remedy to Nigerians.