Claim your 60-day free Showmax trial and watch The Girl From St Agnes for free
DStv Compact and Compact Plus subscribers get to take their binge-watch sessions to the next level with this Showmax offer
You love entertainment - that’s why you’re already a DStv Compact or Compact Plus subscriber. But now, for a limited period, enjoy even more top-notch entertainment with a huge saving on your Showmax subscription.
DStv Compact and Compact Plus subscribers who add Showmax to their DStv bill before April 7 2019* will receive a two-month, no-cost test drive of the streaming service.
Once the free test drive is over, Compact and Compact Plus subscribers will pay only R49 a month to carry on watching Showmax, a saving of R50.
And after two months is up, Showmax will only cost R49 per month – a saving of R50.
* Note that only first-time sign-ups to Showmax qualify for the two-month free trial.
Go to www.showmax.com/dstv to sign up.
Why get Showmax?
The Showmax catalogue offers thousands of local and international series, movies and documentaries, including an impressive list of the best of local South African entertainment.
Keep up to speed with all the drama in your favourite series, including The River, The Queen, Isithembiso and Dwaalster, as well as 1Magic’s sexy new drama, Unmarried. New episodes of all of these series arrive express from the DStv broadcast.
There are Hollywood hits you won’t find anywhere else, like The Magicians, and box sets to binge on, including all past seasons of Suits and Vikings, and hilarious comedies Silicon Valley and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
And, of course, there are some hot Showmax Originals, including The Girl From St Agnes. It has a killer cast, including the magnificent Makgotso M. The latest original, Trippin With Skhumba, hits Showmax at the end of February.
If you prefer to learn something while being entertained, Showmax has an impressive catalogue of factual shows. Celebrate 29 years since the release of Nelson Mandela by watching the miniseries of Long Walk to Freedom, or the powerful biography Winnie. Or celebrate some of the greatest music of the past decades with the doccie Cassette: A Documentary Mixtape.