GoTv Jolli Package Channels List & Price in Nigeria

One of the recently added bouquet is GoTv Jolli and in this write up, i will discuss with you its full features from Price in Nigeria right now in 2020, channels list and how it compares in terms of value to the other packages.

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In the past few months, we have seen numerous changes across GoTv packages whereby new ones were added and some of the old ones were removed.

We have seen the likes of Value and Plus packages removed in early June 2020 and the decision to do that was a great one.

You know why?

Because the new packages overlaps with the old ones making it almost impossible for subscribers to know which one to go for.

With couple of the old ones out of the way, it makes selection and choices much more easier to make.

There is however, one thing that kept bugging my mind about the whole thing.

Sure the new ones have some quality channels and better than the old but they are also a bit more expensive than them.

My concern is what is stopping multichoice from reducing the quality of the new ones to that of the old ones at the new price?

I mean this whole addition and removal might just be a way of increasing prices that won’t backfires.

Anyways, let’s just hope that wasn’t their intention.

In the mean time, Jolli is the second most expensive package from the Pay Tv giant featuring with great stations and at great prices.

The following are the list of those stations for Nigeria subscribers.

GoTv Jolli Channels 2020

  • Telemundo
  • Eva+
  • Zee World
  • Discovery Family
  • Real Time
  • NatGeo Wild
  • Spice Tv
  • E! Entertainment Tv
  • ROK 3
  • FOX
  • ROK 2
  • FOX Life
  • TVC Entertainment
  • CBS Reality
  • Televista
  • AfricaMagic Family
  • Trybe Tv
  • AfricaMagic Hausa
  • AfricaMagic Yoruba
  • AfricaMagic Igbo
  • SuperSport Blitz
  • Select Sports 2
  • Select Sport 1
  • Select Sport 2
  • Naija FM
  • Wazobia FM
  • Nickelodeon
  • Disney Junior
  • Jim Jam
  • PBS Kids
  • Da Vinci Kids
  • MTV Base
  • Hip Tv
  • AFRO Music English
  • Sound City
  • Urban Tv
  • Faith
  • Islam Channel
  • Dove Tv
  • Emmanuel Tv
  • BBC World News
  • CNN International
  • Al Jazeera
  • Arise News
  • AfricaMagic Epic
  • TNT Africa
  • B4U Movies
  • ITV Benin
  • NTA International
  • EBS Tv
  • Silverbird
  • TVC News
  • Liberty Tv
  • AIT
  • NTA News24
  • Tiwa n Tiwa
  • Channels
  • OGtv
  • R2Tv
  • Lagos Tv
  • BCOS
  • RAVE
  • Wazobia Tv
  • NTA2
  • Arewa 24
  • Galaxy Tv
  • NTA Parliament
  • WAP Tv

Price of Jolli Bouquet in Nigeria

For 2460 Naira, Jolli subscription gives you access to 70 stations across all categories among which 2 are audio.

How to Pay for Jolli Subscription

Go to, enter your decoder IUC and select Jolli as your preferred packages to pay for or renew. Enter your card details to complete the payment.

Max Vs Jolli Vs Jinja

Jolli subscribers won’t have access to Cartoon Network, M-Net Movie Zone, Star Life, Discovery ID, SelectSport 4, SuperSport 5, BET and RSTV while Max users will.

Also, Jolli users have access to TNT Africa, B4U Movies, Discovery Family, NatGeo Wild, FOX Life, CBS Reality, AfricaMagic Family, ROK 3, ROK 2, Televista, Select Sport 2 and 3, Disney Junior, Da vinci Kids, MTV Base, Hip Tv, BBC World News, CNN International that gotv Jinja bouquet subscribers won’t.

Final Note

GoTv Jolli is no doubt one of the best Go-Tv bouquet out there. Apart from couple of sport channels that is missing, i don’t think you will be missing much by going for it over Max.

It cost N2460 to renew every 30 days or per month and you will enjoy 68 tv stations and 2 audio stations.

You can pay for this gotv plan using quickteller, mobile and internet banking. It is the second most expensive package from GoTv and was first introduced to the public in December 2019.

So guys, what do you think about Jolli? Is it a good value for money? Do you have an inquiry on something to add? Kindly drop a comment.

In the mean time if you find this information useful, you should consider sharing with your friends and family.

Over to you. Let’s know what you think.


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