Kwese TV promotion excites viewers

News that new subscribers paying for two months subscription are getting 60 more days of free connectivity has been warmly welcomed by television customers.

Kwese TVs Country Manager, Wonder Msiska

The promotion which culminated the once-in-every-four-year-soccer fest, World Cup, was an icing on the many freebies that the pan African TV has been offering to its viewers since its inception in October last year.

Kwese TVs Country Manager, Wonder Msiska said the month long promo offers new customers to enjoy TV, to experience it the Kwese way.

Msiska said all new customers paying for two months, get four months subscription, that is 60 days of free premium content.

Existing custumer pay two months and get three months subscription.

“We have made it sure that TV should be affordable. Premium content is reserved for the people who can pay up a certain amount but with us we say, premium television should be for everyone.”

He added “We understand the market we operate in. This is Africa, money is not easy to come by.”

“We are multi platform, there a number ways in which you can watch premium content. I mean people should not only watch television when they are at home. Actually, Kwese is Shona word meaning everywhere.”

Msiska said if you are in Malawi you qualify to get the premium products Kwese TV is offering.

During the just ended World Cup, 34 games, including the final world cup, and all African teams games were for free.

He said as pan African TV, their role and responsibility is to showcase our achievements as Africans, and at a very affordable cost.

Kwese is the first to offer pay per view subscription option to TV lovers.

Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :

Please share this Article if you like Email This Post Email This Post

More From the World

  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Mmora Muroma
Guest
Mmora Muroma

But Strive Masiyiwa, the brain behind kwese said the word is Hebrew. Which is which here?
However, Kwese is very much welcome after so many years of exploitative monopoly by other providers in the TV industry.
Kwese is a game changer as Mr Masiyiwa always teach us in our Pan African class of entrepreneurship
Bravo Kwese.

More From Nyasatimes