Don’t miss out on the blockbuster DStv subscription savings for paid-up members

Don’t miss out on the blockbuster DStv subscription saving for paid-up members.

Last week we announced our partnership with DStv to offer paid-up FEDHASA members more affordable world-class entertainment for their guests through an exclusive, limited offer DStv Business subscription discount deal.

FEDHASA members can now benefit from DStv Business subscription discounts depending on the number of rooms, subscription period – 12 or 24 months – and the industry-specific package taken, such as Stay Basic, Stay Essential or Stay Ultra. Click here to view your savings.

What’s more, signing up for the 12- or 24-month DStv Business subscription contract also guarantees you’ll be excluded from any potential price adjustments. Winning all the way!

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