Why we in­tro­duced flex­i­ble pay­ments op­tion – Kwese TV

Daily Trust - - BUSINESS - By Zakariyya Adaramola

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.

Photo: Ab­dul Musa

Lizzie Amkpa

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