Dstv Drifta Download For Mac

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Dstv Drifta Download For Mac
  1. Dstv Mobile Download

DStv Premium subscribers pay no subscription to access DStv Mobile. Install; simply download the application from the Mac App store by doing the following.

DStv Now is the official application of this popular service of movies and series in streaming for the African continent. Only users from Africa, with a mobile phone number of any of the supported countries and a DTSV device can enjoy the content of the application. In addition, they can either watch streaming video or download it directly to the memory of their terminal, to see it later without the need of an Internet connection.

Dstv Drifta Download For Mac

DStv Now is an almost essential application for users of this popular service in Africa. Thanks to it you can enjoy hundreds of movies, series and other sporting events, both African and the rest of the world. Here we will show you today How can you Download and Install Entertainment App DStv Now on PC running any OS including Windows and MAC variants, however, if you are interested in other apps, visit our site about Android Apps on PC and locate your favorite ones, without further ado, let us continue.

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Drifta

After years of testing — and fighting for a licence — pay-TV operator MultiChoice has finally launched a digital terrestrial television broadcasting service for mobile phones. The Naspers-owned company has launched DStv Mobile, the first commercial digital video broadcasting handheld service in SA. It’s launched the service in conjunction with e.tv, which shares a digital “mux” — a chunk of radio frequency spectrum — with MultiChoice. DStv Mobile’s subscription option is sports-focused (and male-focused), offering four SuperSport channels — 1, 2, 3 and Blitz — and Trace (music), Africa Magic (local entertainment) and Cartoon Network (children). The service costs R36/month and is available for free until March 2011.

There will also be a free bouquet of channels offered by e.tv. This will offer eNews channel, Channel O and, later, the e.tv channel itself. MultiChoice will also sell a “mini decoder”, called the Drifta, that will allow consumers to watch mobile TV on selected Wi-Fi enabled devices, including Apple’s iPad, the iPod touch, iPhone, other selected cellphones, and on laptop computers. Android, Symbian S60 and Mac OS X support should be available in 2011. The Drifta retails for R599. The Drifta will only be sold by MultiChoice.

But mobile subscribers — both prepaid and postpaid users — will be able to purchase the service from their cellphone service provider. MultiChoice was first awarded a test licence for mobile broadcasting in 2005. The Independent Communications Authority of SA issued the first two commercial licences only this year. The delays in licensing have frustrated MultiChoice, which has already launched DStv Mobile in a number of African countries, including Nigeria, Ghana, Namibia and Kenya. — Duncan McLeod, TechCentral. Follow us.