Why we introduced flexible payments option – Kwese TV
The newest satellite payTV service in Nigeria, Kwese TV, has said it pioneered flexible payment options to give Nigerians total control to access pay TV services.
Kwese TV’s General Manager, Lizzie Amkpa, said this yesterday when she led some top officials of the company on a courtesy visit to Daily Trust Corporate headquarters in Abuja. She said the new pay TV Company would offer services to Nigerians at more affordable prices, and at their convenience.
Other members of Kwese delegation include: Dare Kafar, Head of Marketing; Efe Obiomah, Head of Public Relations and Saliu Aliu, Head of Customer Experience.
“We pioneered flexible payments with 3 days, 7 days and 30 days subscription plans to give consumers total control over their pay TV. Regardless of the subscription, consumer gets access to all the channels. We just launched on the 19th of October, 2017, and we have brought to the market an entertainment and sport bouquet of over 70 quality and compelling channels of news, sports, series and movies, music, kids and religious programming”, Mrs. Amkpa said.
Also speaking, Kafar said the company also offer free zone which allows the subscribers to continue to enjoy free access to five channels after their subscription expires.
He also disclosed that Kwesé Free Sports has secured the exclusive right to air yesterday’s international friendly match between Nigeria and Argentina at Krasnodar, Russia.