Kwesé Iflix mobile video streaming services is a world-class mobile platform that is offering youth-focused programming showcasing video-on-demand and download-to-watch-later entertainment content. This is a video streaming services joint-venture between Kwesé and iflix with a result of Kwesé’s acquisition of a significant stake in iflix Africa.
The aim of Kwesé TV is to become the core vehicle in delivering seamless mobile experiences to millions of viewers on Africa, the mobile video streaming services App offers users in the African region’s most extensive collection of highly acclaimed local African and international series and movies, including first-to-market exclusive programming.
Kwesé Iflix Mobile Video Streaming Services and Econet Media Joint Venture
The Kwesé Iflix joint venture with Econet media is to offer ultimate entertainment experience, featuring Kwesé’s extraordinary content offering, including live coverage of the world’s most elite sporting competitions and many other programmes which includes the best of international, regional and local content programs curated especially for African audiences, to stream or download.
Other Programmes on the Kwesé Iflix Mobile Video Streaming Services Includes
Award-winning TV series and blockbuster movies such as,
– Hot Ones
– Saints & Sinners
– Grand Prince
– Tin Star
– Being Mary Jane
– Action Man
– Family Time
– and Luther,
As well as other popular local and regional content such as
- Jenifa’s Diary
- V Republic
- Dear Mother
- Faith-based titles such as Enjoying Everyday Life with Joyce Meyer and Hal TV programmes
- Children’s programs and lifestyle content.
The Kwesé Iflix mobile video streaming services also offers Nigerians quality content they can watch for free, including short-form drama series, first episodes of TV shows, and live broadcasts of local free-to-air TV stations, such as NTA and Kwesé Free Sports, as well as CNN, Revolt, Viceland, Cartoon Network and much more.
Kwesé Iflix mobile video streaming services were developed with the flexibility and the freedom to choose is essential and so in addition to the freemium tier, it has also introduced sachet pricing which means that customers decide how much they want to spend and how long they want to enjoy the services – one day, three days, seven days, 30 days, giving the consumer the power to choose.
Culled from The Eagle Online | Kwesé Iflix, 9mobile launch world-class mobile video service in Nigeria