7 Things You Should Know About The Newly Launched Kwese TV in NG

Kwesé TV, Africa’s newest Pay-TV satellite service have launched
in Nigeria. The launch of Kwesé TV brings the very best in premium
entertainment, international and African series and movies, award-winning
children’s entertainment channels.

1. Kwesé TV bouquet offers over 65 channels of pure
entertainment which includes CNN International, DreamWorks, DTX, ESPN,
VICELAND, Diddy’s REVOLT TV and home-grown channels such as Channels TV, TVC
News and NTA.
2. Kwesé subscribers will enjoy an always on programme
offering on their Kwesé TV decoders without subscription. The always on
offering features selected free-to-air channels.  These channels includes
Africa News, Flow TV, NTA, Islam TV and of course Kwesé Free Sports.
3. Sport lovers can look forward to live action, weekly
previews and highlights from the NBA, international boxing (including exclusive
coverage of all Anthony Joshua fights), IAAF World Championships and the
National Football League among other sports, on Kwesé Sports 1, Kwesé Sports 2
and Kwesé Free Sports.
 4. Kwesé Free Sports
is Africa’s largest and first Pan-African free-to-air TV channel available in
25 countries providing premium sporting content to sports fans for free. The
channel holds exclusive free-to-air rights to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia
and the Premier League.
5. Kwese TV offers ‘pay-as-you-watch’ subscription packages.
3 days (N990), 7days (N1,850 ) and 1 month(N6,275) 
6. How much is Kwese Satellite Dish?
A combo of Kwese’s satellite dish and decoder costs 
N10,960 (with free installation).
7. Subscribers are also offered a free subscription to
Kwesé TV’s full entertainment and sports bouquet for the first 30 days.
About Kwese TV
Kwesé is a Zimbabwean owned pay-TV which is also
active in African countries like Rwanda, Ghana, Zambia. Visit there www.kwese.com to know more.
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20 thoughts on “7 Things You Should Know About The Newly Launched Kwese TV in NG”

  1. But TSTV pioneer this move. It will be so painfull if come first of Novemember 2017, they are unable to deliver what they promised.

    For for this kwese tv of a thing, welcome to the african market where competition sells. If you don't have Laliga, EPL etc on your list, then OYO

  2. TSTv where u dey?… we still dey wait ooo. Even the free decorder it promised to give out I didn't hear anything abt it again n not even av i heard if any one lay his or her hands on this tin. Hope is not DSTV juju at work

  3. Tech Africa's pay-tv battle heat-up as DSTV adopts free internet-based subscription model
    Africa’s leading pay-tv provider, Multichoice has partnered with Telkom to offer a combined entertainment and Internet service to subscribers at an affordable cost.
    This service is currently only available in Kenya, and there is hope it would be extended to other African countries.

    Internet-based pricing model was first introduced by a Nigerian pay-tv provider, TSTV, which was launched on October 1, 2017. The high level of acceptance of the model by Nigerians shows it is good business strategy to capture more customers.

    Thus, posing a threat to DSTV and other products of Multichoice in Nigeria. This is because Nigeria is the largest market of DSTV and GOTV in Africa.

    In the special promotion dubbed 'DSTV Na Net', customers purchasing a full DSTV HD decoder will get a free Mifi-router preloaded with 30GB Data from Telkom.

    Speaking on the development, the Managing Director of Multichoice Kenya, Mr Eric Odipo stated that the offer is to meet the changing need of the people and improve customer experience.

    “We listen to our customers to understand their changing needs and what matters most to them. We strive to improve our customers’ experience in different ways whenever and wherever they engage with us," says Mr Odipo.

    “We understand that Internet has become a basic necessity for doing business and interacting with other people socially. That is why this partnership with Telkom is an important step towards improving our customer experience.”

    Multichoice is currently facing intense competition from other pay-tv service providers in the region. Within the last two months, two pay-tv service providers, TSTV and Kwese TV, were launched in two major markets of the company, Kenya and Nigeria.

    Also, it is hoped that this offer would help address the shift in customers’ preference for these new pay-TVs. Moreover, it shows the battle for the pocket of African pay-tv customers has begun.

    The competition is expected to become more intense within next few months, especially as the Russia 2018 World Cup approaches.
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