These 13 DStv Now channels are free to watch

By Staff reporter | 17 Mar 2020 at 10:58hrs
DStv Now has made a selection of channels available to all subscribers who are subscribed to the South African services for free.

DStv Now is an online streaming service which is bundled with DStv's satellite broadcasting service, and allows subscribers to watch TV and shows from mobile devices, smart TVs, laptops, and more.

The new free channel package is available to all South Africans, however, and not only DStv subscribers.

The company said that in response to the coronavirus outbreak in South Africa, a number of DStv Now channels are no longer locked behind a subscription and are available to anyone with an Internet connection.

DStv channels which are now available to stream for free are:

    100 - DStv
    180 - People's Weather
    238 - SuperSport Play
    313 - PBS Kids
    320 - Channel O
    343 - TBN
    400 - BBC World News
    401 - CNN
    402 - Sky News
    403 - eNCA
    404 - SABC News
    406 - Newzroom Afrika
    414 - Euronews Now

Staying informed about the latest news on the virus is the first step in stopping its spread, said the company. For this reason, it has made several 24-hour news channels available.

In addition to these channels, episodes of popular series are also available via the Catch Up portal on the free service, including Igazi, The River, Isibaya, Binnelanders, Suidooster, and Die Ware Naarheid.
Signing up

To sign up for DStv Now's free service, users must navigate to the DStv Now portal, select the option to Sign Up, and follow the steps below.

Fill in your details and click Create Account.

Provide your ID, smartcard, or customer number. If you're not subscribed to DStv, scroll to the bottom and choose Skip.

Name your profile and set your profile picture.

Start watching.

If you're planning on watching DStv on your phone or tablet, download the DStv Now app for Android or iOS.

DStv Now noted that its free service is currently only available in South Africa but we are well aware that some Zimbabweans use the South African services at their homes in Zimbabwe.



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