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Kwesé TV Brings 2018 FIFA World Cup For Free To Malawi

The leading pay-Tv company, Kwese has announced that viewers in Malawi, a South Eastern African country now have the opportunity to watch the FIFA 2018 World cup games just by purchasing a Kwese decoder.

Country Manager, Kwese Television, Wonder Msiska, has confirmed that this development will allow Malawian football fans to watch 32 African games for free when they buy the decoder.

According to Msiska: "Kwese will broadcast all the 2018 world cup games so that football fans would have the chance to watch the game and cheer football stars from other countries as they play to victory.

Msiska said: “We have won the exclusive broadcast of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and we are beaming all the Africans games at the world cup for free. Viewers who want to watch all of the 64 games the purchase of a Kwese decoder is mandatory.”

Kwese Television will continue to offer the best services to everyone at a pocket-friendly yet valuable price to meet the needs of present and potential customers. Msika said

Msiska added that: “We know that TV is luxury in some parts of Africa and one thinks of it after all basic needs have been met. It is, for this reason, we are giving this package to the people of Malawi.

The pay-as-you-watch satellite TV service, which offers over 50 channels of world-class entertainment has been spreading the happy message of sports to different African countries. Since the beginning of the year, it has partnered with various media houses to bring the highly anticipated Russia 2018 World Cup to football lovers for free. So far, apart from Kwese TV subscribers who will enjoy all the 64 games, football fans in countries like Nigeria, Tanzania, Malawi and Kenya will enjoy 32 of the world cup games for free.


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