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Simple way to check your GOtv Kenya account due date on your mobile phone

You can check your GOtv Kenya subscription due date on your mobile phone by sending a text message which will revert with the amount due and when you’ll be expected to pay.  The Pay TV platform which is owned by MultiChoice Kenya broadcasts it’s signals through digital TV platform unlike Dstv which utilizes satellite signals instead and requires one to have a satellite dish in addition to the decoder.

By having some strong links to Dstv, GOtv sometimes airs the much-coveted English premier league games which has been the strength and pride of the sister company Dstv. But competitors such as StarTimes Kenya have made some commendable strides in broadcasting some sporting events notably being the Europa league as well as UEFA champions league.  

There are notable similarities on how to check your GOtv account due date and how you would check for the sister service – Dstv. The only difference comes to the contact details used. For those looking on how to check their Dstv Kenya subscription due dates, we have an elaborative editorial from this link.

How to check your next due date and amount to pay for your GOtv package;

  • Compose a new text message on your phone starting with “DUE” followed by your account IUC number.
  • Message should look like DUE 1234567890
  • Then send to 22688
  • You’ll receive a text message with amount owed and your next due date

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