Kwese Offers 5 Free To Air Channels

Over the years I have shared with you how important is the smart use of your most precious resource… your time. In this day and age, with more distractions than ever, you as an entrepreneur really have to look at your day, minute by minute, and make sure that everything you choose to do is leading you (and your business) where you want to go. They say time is money, which is mostly true… except you can’t get lost time back!
Now after my very busy trip to New York and Geneva, I flew straight to South Africa, and spent last week getting an update from the Kwesé team. I think the most exciting development for me this week was our decision to create what we call the “Kwesé FREE TV” boutique.
A minimum of 5 channels are FREE at all times even if someone does not have money on their decoder subscription!
The five “ALWAYS ON” channels are:
# Kwesé FREE Sport (KFS): the biggest sports channel in Africa, which shows live English Premier League, and NBA games.
# Kwesé FREE Entertainment (KFE): A new general entertainment channel which will show latest premium shows including kids, movies, series, and African entertainment. This goes live in January.
# African News: the best African news channel.
# Local FREE-To-Air Channels: every national broadcaster channel will be available.
# Flow TV.
Kwesé FREE TV Zone is a revolutionary idea! All a person needs to do is buy a decoder, and they don’t have to pay to watch at least five of the channels!
# We strongly believe that if someone decides to buy a decoder, it must offer service, even without paying for a subscription. Remember the first 30 days of all channels is FREE!
# We also want people to have the flexibility to pay just for three days, or seven days, whenever they’d like to access all our other channels!
Kwesé TV is now available in the following countries: Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe!
This month (October) we’re adding Malawi, Swaziland and Uganda. You can already buy decoders from dealers and online even for these countries.

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