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Econet’s Kwese TV enter Uganda’s competitive pay-TV industry

18/10/2017 00:00:00
by Uganda media
Econet group founder ... Strive Masiyiwa

ECONET Media's pay TV service provider, Kwese TV, has become the latest kid on the bloc in the provision of satellite Tv services in Uganda, with the official launch held in Kampala this Tuesday.

The firm will now tussle out with the established pay-TV providers such as Multichoice’s Gotv and Dstv of South Africa and Star Times from China for a pie of the market share.

Kwese TV plans to rely on the innovative flexible payment model and premium programming to penetrate the competitive market.

“Kwese’s appeal is not only its world-class content but also its innovative payment model which has never been adopted in this market,” said Herbert Mucunguzi, the general manager, Kwese TV Uganda.

“At Kwese, we believe that world class content needs to be accessible to audiences not only through multiple platforms but also at affordable prices.”

Kwese’s TV will offer pay-as-you-view service that enables viewers to purchase three days or a week to its full bouquet to fit viewer’s lifestyle and budget.

The firm will offer a full kit at Shs 143,000 (US$39) including one month subscription and free installation, Shs 106,000 (US$29) for a premium monthly subscription and Shs 32,000 ($8) and Shs 17,000 ($8) premium subscriptions for seven days and three days, respectively,  for 66 channels.

The pricing, however, are slightly higher compared with those being offered by the rivals.

Kwese TV, is a subsidiary of Econet Media, which is also owned by the global network group founded by the Executive Chairman Strive Masiyiwa.

Focused on providing premium, Kwese products offers sports, music, movies, series, kids, lifestyle, news among others and it has operations in Ghana, Rwanda, Botswana and Zambia.


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