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MultiChoice Spreads Holiday Cheer with Surprise Santa and Gifts for Customers

In the true spirit of the festive season, MultiChoice Nigeria, Africa’s leading Pay TV service provider, embraced the joy of giving in a heart-warming gesture.


Going beyond the realm of television screens and into the hearts of their valued customers, MultiChoice shared delightful gifts across its branches nationwide.

Recognizing the significance of expressing gratitude to its loyal customer base, the company went above and beyond to make this holiday season truly memorable.

The company orchestrated Christmas surprises across its branches in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Enugu, bringing smiles and joy to their customers.

Customers were surprised with gifts that went above and beyond their expectations; from electric kettles, to irons, plate sets, juicers, toasters, blenders etc. Each gift, whether big or small, carried a message of gratitude and holiday cheer.

This gesture wasn’t just about the gifts, it demonstrated MultiChoice’s commitment to making customers feel valued and appreciated, emphasising a deeper connection beyond transactions.

The incorporation of the Surprise Santa just added an extra layer of excitement, fostering a sense of anticipation that resounded throughout the branches.

MultiChoice not only embraced the essence of the season but also strengthened their connection with their customers by truly exhibiting the spirit of giving and spreading cheer. In addition to all the amazing content lined up for this festive season, this gesture has created a warm and memorable experience for customers, leaving a lasting impression this holiday season.

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