South African Streaming TV Network To Operate In Tanzania
ZMTN, a South African based streaming TV Network that is already operating in 54 different countries is planning to begin rendering its services in Tanzania in December this year.
The Zillionaire Mobile TV Network’s Revolt Decoder boasts over 300 free channels and this decoder is making headlines because it has no monthly TV subscription. The customer pays a once-off fee and after that gets to enjoy a massive variety of TV viewing at no additional cost indefinitely.
After having successfully launched in Zimbabwe in early August 2018, ZMTN is looking forward a launch in Tanzania as well.
Vukile Manzi, The CEO of the company, explained that when a customer buys the ZMTN Revolt Decoder, they install either an ADSL line, fibre internet or WiFi router. Once that installation is done, the customer can then go to the settings of the decoder and connect it with the WiFi that they have installed at home and then start enjoying unlimited entertainment on the 300 channels offered by the ZMTN Revolt Decoder.
Manzi assures that the channels found on the ZMTN Revolt Decoder are unique in that they cannot be compared to channels that other countries offer. The CEO adds that another exciting benefit for Tanzania will be the opportunity for the country’s film production companies to own their authentic channels for local content.
The ZMTN Revolt Decoder offers a movie channel called star films. This channel showcases local movies from all 54 African countries, and Tanzanian movies will also be played on the star films platform.