__Kwesé iflix gets VIP thumbs up across Africa!
If you have ever been stuck in traffic in a major African city like Lagos or Nairobi, you will understand… exactly why I thought this service is needed! A few days ago, someone sent me an amazing Tweet of the Vice President of Nigeria, HE Oluyemi Oluleke “Yemi” Osinbajo watching the Nigeria v Iceland game from the back of his car, using Kwesé iflix (you can see it on my cover page)! Former President of Tanzania, HE Jakaya Kikwete also watched a match using Kwesé iflix and tweeted about it!
True entrepreneurship is about spotting opportunities to fill a gap in the market. It’s also about offering choices to people that were never possible before!
Now if you have been run off your feet lately, and missed a FB post or two, let me do a quick “catch up” for you: Kwesé iflix is the exciting new mobile app we launched a few weeks ago, with a world-class line-up of sports and entertainment, live and on-demand… plus all 64 World Cup games! (32 are free including all Africa matches). Coming up this week…
# Egypt v Saudi Arabia on Monday (4 pm CAT)
# Tunisia v Panama on Thursday (8 pm CAT) and, drum roll…
# Nigeria vs Argentina on Tuesday (8 pm CAT)
# Senegal vs Colombia on Thursday (4 pm CAT)
For Nigeria and Senegal, these are simply must-win matches for “our boys” (as one Tanzanian fan put it the other day).
__Remember: You don’t need a subscription to watch any of the Africa games. If you have a smartphone or tablet, all you need to do is download and register! https://iflix.onelink.me/
We are also excited to let you know of some major operator partners who have launched Kwesé iflix services and are offering special local cost data bundles, not just for the World Cup matches but all our world-class programming!
# Safaricom (Kenya)
# MTN (Nigeria and Uganda; coming soon… Ghana!)
# Airtel (Nigeria and Uganda)
# Vodacom (Tanzania)
# Tigo (Tanzania)
# Econet Wireless (Zimbabwe)
Most data bundles are available in one-day, three-day, seven-day or 30-day VIP passes. Kwesé iflix “Freemium” content is available in all these markets! (That means “Free” and “Premium”!)
Now that the TV revolution I told you about is underway, it does not matter where you are, even in a car or taxi or walking (carefully) down the road! You can watch and even enjoy a bit of history in the making… African teams beat the South Americans!
“What!?” you might exclaim.
Remember, it all starts with a #WinningMindset… for entrepreneurs, players and fans alike!
Kwesé Free Sport (KFS) is broadcasting all Africa games in 38x countries for free, through its 62 broadcast partners. We are expecting to hit over 200m viewers across Africa! The Iceland game clocked 100m for Nigeria alone!
You know I often asked you the question: “What is in your hands?”
This is insane!