GoTv Jinja Channels List and Nigerian Subscription Cost

 If you don't watch much television or have a limited budget for a pay-TV membership, you may want to look at gotv jinja. So let's discuss the pricing and channel list in Nigeria.

GoTv Jinja Channels List and Nigerian Subscription Cost

It is currently the second-cheapest Gotv package available for subscription.

It makes sense that GoTv is the most popular satellite TV service in Nigeria given that the majority of the country's population belongs to the lower middle class.

The bulk of Nigerians, after all, don't appear to be able to afford DSTV subscriptions, and StarTimes doesn't seem to be gaining much popularity at the moment.

Therefore, when the corporation creates packages like Jinja that individuals may purchase for a low cost. They moved quickly.

List of GoTv Jinja Channels 2021

  • Al Jazeera
  • Arise News
  • TVC News
  • NTA News24
  • ITV Benin
  • Liberty Tv
  • TVC Entertainment
  • Trybe
  • SS Blitz
  • SS Variety 4
  • Naija FM
  • Wazobia FM
  • Nickelodeon
  • Jim Jam
  • PBS Kids
  • AfricaMagic Epic
  • Real Time
  • Spice Tv
  • E! Entertainment Tv
  • FOX Life
  • AfricaMagic Hausa
  • AfricaMagic Yoruba
  • AfricaMagic Igbo
  • AFRO Music English
  • Sound City
  • Urban Tv
  • Faith
  • Islam Channel
  • Emmanuel Tv
  • Dove Tv
  • NTA Parliament
  • Tiwa n Tiwa
  • RAVE
  • R2TV
  • NTA2
  • NTA International
  • Silverbird
  • AIT
  • Channels
  • Lagos Tv
  • Wazobia Tv
  • Arewa 24
  • WAP TV
  • EBS TV
  • OGtv
  • BCOS
  • Galaxy Tv

Channel 29 is not on GOtv Jinja

Gotv jinja channels

Sorry, but you can't watch BBNaija season 6 with this plan. Upgrade to Jolli or Max to have access to channel 29, where reality TV is shown.

Price of GoTv Jinja in Nigeria

A monthly membership to Jinja costs 1,640 Naira and gives you access to 49 channels, including 2 audio stations.

Smallie vs Jinja

Smallie customers won't be able to watch some channels on Jinja, including FOX Life, Africa Magic Epic, Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo, Trybe, E! Entertainment, Super Sports Variety 4, Jim Jam, Nickelodeon, Sound City, Arise News, Real-Time, Spice Tv, and Tiwa n Tiwa.

But keep in mind that Jinja is 840 Naira more expensive than Smallie. Can you let go of the aforementioned channels in light of that quantity is the query.

You should read my article regarding the Jolli plan if you're attempting to decide between Jolli and Jinja. They are previously compared in it by me.

The Jinja Package's Launch

On December 10th, 2019, Multichoice Africa said that they will be expanding their gotv packages with two more plans, including Jinja, bringing the total number of bouquets offered to 6.

The new bouquets overlap with some of the previous bundles in terms of price and the caliber of the channels they provide, so the choice didn't take long to generate confusion among their consumers.

People found it quite difficult to decide which of them to subscribe to without first comparing all of the available channels and then looking at the pricing, and it was really irritating for the majority of people.

Later, in June 2020, they agreed to reduce the removal of the plus and value packages.

What are your thoughts on the Jinja bundle then? Do you believe that this gotv package is much superior to Smallie?

You do, after all, have access to all the information. The choice is now yours.

Please describe it for me in the comment section.

Using, you may subscribe to this package and then input your information to complete the purchase.

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Value vs. Plus vs. Jinja

The Plus and Value plans are no longer supported. I left this section out in case we need to go back to it later.

With the arrival of Jinja, which is sandwiched between the current Plus and Value bouquets, many subscribers are now perplexed.

They are unsure if it would be advantageous to upgrade from Value to Jinja or to downgrade from Plus to Jinja.

Here's the situation

I'll lay out all the information for you, and it's up to you to decide. Deal? Great.

Let's start with the price of the Plus plan, which is only N300 more costly than Jinja at 1900 Naira each month.

Is it worthwhile, though? Let's jointly determine that.

It has six channels. Additionally, SuperSport Select 2 and 3 subscribers, BBC World News, Hip Tv, MTV Base, and RSTV viewers are now enjoying themselves more than Jinja subscribers are.

Only one channel is available to Jinja customers that Plus does not, and that is Wazobia Tv.

If I were you, I would probably stay with Plus, if you ask me. If I choose Jinja, the 300 Naira would be more than I would lose in channels.

But that's just me; you'll have to make up your own mind.

Let's start with the cost information once again. Value costs 1250 Naira per month however Jinja costs 1600 Naira, making Jinja 350 Naira more expensive than Value.

You are now debating whether it is worthwhile to upgrade from the Value package to Jinja.

My personal response is No, but it's up to you to determine whether it's right for you.

Why? Because let's face it, Value has one channel that Jinja does not, RSTV, and Jinja has one radio station, Naija FM, that Value does not.

Hence, only to listen to Naija FM, I would have to spend 350 Naira more? In my opinion, no.

I have previously published a piece that explains how to upgrade and downgrade from one gotv package to another if you still want to go from upper or lower bouquet to Jinja. Therefore, make sure to look it up.

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