Just weeks after the launched of TStv, Zimbabwean owned Pay Per View Television call Kwese officially launched its service in Africans most populous nation. This new satellite TV is coming at a time when TStv is introducing a new way DTH television service is being offered to customers. Kwese who is looking to challenge the like of Gotv, DStv, Startimes and TStv comes with exciting premium entertainment channels, international and African series and movies, award-winning children’s entertainment channels and some sports channels.
As we all know, this TV service is new and in this post I will be highlighting some few things you should new about Kwese TV.
Kwese offers customers over 65 channels to choose from. Some of the channel being offered include CNN International, DreamWorks, DTX, ESPN, VICELAND, Diddy’s REVOLT TV, TV, TVC News and NTA.
Although the TV service may be Pay Per View, Kwese offer customers free-to-air channels such as Africa News, Flow TV, NTA, Islam TV and Kwesé Free Sports when you run at of subscription.
Kwese which hope to win the heart of Nigerians through sport, offers a wide range of sport channels. These includes Kwesé Sports 1, Kwesé Sports 2 and Kwesé Free Sports which will be update views with NBA and international boxing action, IAAF World Championships and the National Football League.
Just like TStv, Kwese TV also offers customers a ‘pay-as-you-watch’ subscription packages. This offer include a 3 days package for N990, and a 7 days package for N1,850 and finally 1 month package for N6,275.
Getting the a Kwese’s satellite dish and decoder costs about N10,960 with free installation and also you get a free subscription to Kwesé TV’s full entertainment and sports bouquet for the first 30 days.