Kwese Hints That It Might Unveil Cross-Network Affordable Streaming Packages
Kwese Play is an HD internet TV decoder that allows its subscribers to combine the power of online streaming with the trill of entertainment.
The decoder was unveiled quietly last year by Kwese and is currently available at selected digital TV outlets.
Kwese hopes that Kwese Play will soon become the most affordable home streaming companion once it adds a cross-network edge to its offering.
During a public robotics lecture on the state of robotic innovations in Uganda, Herbert Mucunguzi, Kwese TV’s CEO inked plans of launching a collaboration with all telecom companies in Uganda in the same way that Kwese iFlix came into play.
As much as online streaming requires its user to subscribe to a bulk data package like a 3-day Gaga bundle or a Freaky Friday run-off, streaming with telecom-specific packages makes online content a great gateway to crisp entertainment. For example, Kwese iFlix bundles start from as low as UGX 2,000 to access an extensive offering of sport and entertainment channels in HD for a specific duration.
According to Mucunguzi, the partnerships with top telcos were scheduled for late January 2019 (this month).
But judging by the current atmosphere in the telecoms space, industry insiders suspect that the Kwese Play bundles might be in the pipeline for a late launch in the coming months this year.
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