DStv (Digital Satellite Television) is one of the most popular paid cable TVs not just Nigeria but also across several other African countries like Ghana and South Africa just to name a few.
Now, if you’re here reading this then you must have likely encountered a problem on your DStv decoder and want to have it fixed by contacting a DStv Customer Care representative to assist you. Now before we get to listing all the available methods through which you can contact a DStv Customer Care representative, let me tell you about DStv Eazy Self service.
With DStv Eazy Self service, you’ll most likely not need to contact a DStv Customer Care representative as almost if not everything they can do for you, you can do yourself through this portal.
Using DStv Eazy self-service gives you complete control of your decoder from the comfort of your home or wherever you might be. With DStv Eazy self-service you can do things like fix error code, pay for your subscription, find out where you can make payments close to you, upgrade your existing plan/package or switch to a new one and more.
The list of things you can do with DStv Eazy self service is actually enough for most people and don’t need to contact their customer care representative for anything. However, if you’ve gone through or have used their Eazy self service portal and still can find a solution to the issue you’re facing them you can now contact one of their customer care representatives to assist you. You’ll find various ways to contact them below.
DStv Customer Care Number and How To Contact Them
Below are the DStv Customer Care Phone Numbers. They have at least one phone number for all the networks available in Nigeria so you can choose the one that’d be cheaper for you as the calls aren’t toll-free and you will be charged for the call.
- Etisalat: 09090630333
- Airtel: 07080630333
- MTN: 08149860333
- GLO: 08113630333 or 080037882666328
You can call them from 8am – 9pm daily which is their working hours. Any call not within the timeline listed will not be answered to according to DStv. If you don’t have airtime to call then you can also reach them on Facebook, Twitter or e-mail provided you have an internet enabled device with access to an internet connection.
- Facebook: DstvNG (www.facebook.com/dstvng/)
- Twitter: @DstvNG or @DstvNGCare or Tweet with the hashtag #DstvNGCares.
- Email: DStv@nigeria.multichoice.co.za
Their Facebook and Twitter pages are only available from 8am – 9pm during weekdays, 9am – 6pm on Saturdays and 12pm to 5pm on Sundays. However, you can tweet at them, send a message or drop a comment on their Facebook anytime and they’ll reply when next they resume.