8 Things You Need To Know About Newly Launched Pay TV in Nigeria : Kwese TV
Seems we are getting into an era of multiple Pay TV networks in Nigeria. A new Pay-TV network called Kwesé TV has just been launched in Nigeria. This means Kwesé TV is will be competing with the likes of DSTV , TStv , GOtv, Startimes , etc This truly a great development for Nigerians as each Pay TV network will strive to make their services cheaper than the other in order to attract more customers.
Kindly note that the new Kwesé TV comes with premium entertainment, international and African series and movies, award-winning children’s entertainment channels and some sports channels.
Kwesé is a Zimbabwean owned pay-TV network currently also available in other African countries such as Zambia, Ghana, Rwanda and recently Nigeria too.
Checkout some detailed information you need to know about the new Pay TV network in Nigeria.
8 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT KWESÉ TV IN NIGERIA
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Kwesé TV is a Zimbabwean satellite and broadcasting network operated and owned by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, a subsidiary of Econet Media. The owner is of Kwesé TV is a Zimbabwean called Strive Masiyiwa.
- 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.
- Kwese TV offers ‘pay-as-you-watch’ subscription packages. 3 days ( N990), 7days (N1,850 ) and 1 month (N6,275)
- How much is Kwese Satellite Dish?
A combo of Kwese’s satellite dish and decoder costs N10,960 (with free installation).
- Subscribers are also offered a free subscription to Kwesé TV’s full entertainment and sports bouquet for the first 30 days.
Sources: yomiprof .
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