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26-Sep-2018  
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Kwesé iflix, Africa’s game-changing digital entertainment platform, today announced the launch of its mobile streaming partnership with MTN Ghana the leading telecommunications service provider of mobile data services.

The Kwesé iflix service is available for users to stream using “MTN Video Bundles”, another innovation for customers who want access to entertainment wherever they are.

MTN Ghana subscribers can simply download the iflix app from Google Play or the Apple App Store, and then dial *138*1# and select option 7 to choose an affordable daily, weekly or monthly MTN Video Pack. Customers can access the Kwesé iflix service with their connected device.

For just GH₵ 3, users can enjoy a daily bundle with up to 4 hours (800MB) access on Kwesé iflix. For GH₵ 10, customers get more than10 hours (2GB) to watch the very best of local and international content for the week.

Kwesé iflix offers users the ultimate entertainment experience, including live coverage of the world’s most elite sporting competitions. The platform hosts the best of European football with all of UEFA Nations League games and the upcoming World Heavyweight boxing clash between Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin on September 22nd – as well as the greatest international and local content programmes to stream or download.

VIP subscriptions packages gives users access to several  of hours of programmes available on Kwesé iflix, including local and international first-run exclusive shows, award-winning TV series and blockbuster movies, such as, Shuga, Hot Ones, Saints & Sinners, Riviera, Grand Prince, The Legend of the Blue Sea, Broken, Britannia, Tin Star, Being Mary Jane, Medici: Masters of Florence, and Luther, as well as popular local and regional content  - Telenovelas such as Secrets at the Hotel, Passion and Power and LaViuda Negra - children’s programmes and lifestyle content. The service also offers Ghanaians quality content they can watch for free, including short-form drama series, first episodes of TV shows, and local free-to-air TV stations, such as GhOne, UTV and Kwesé Free Sports.

Announcing the launch of the service, Kwesé iflix CEO, Mayur Patel, said, “We are excited to be working with MTN to deliver our content to even more Ghanaians. This innovative bundle offering from MTN Ghana will allow their subscribers access to all their favourite sports and shows in a way that suits their lifestyle – on-the-go and on their terms.”

Commenting on the partnership, MTN Acting Chief Marketing Officer, Noel Kojo-Ganson said “As a company, we are committed to ensuring that our customers live a digitally connected lifestyle in this digital age, hence the huge investments we are making to enhance the experience of customers on the network. Our partnership with digitally focussed brands like Kwesé iflix is to deliver innovative services to customers and with the launch of the Kwesé iflix app we are providing access to yet another avenue of digital entertainment” he added, “Video content is the future of mobile and our partnership with Kwese iflix will enable us to deliver some of the best international and local sports and entertainment to our customers.”

For more information on Kwesé iflix partnership: www.kweseiflix.com

MTN VIDEO PACKS FOR STREAMING KWESÉ IFLIX 

Daily Bundles
Weekly Bundles
Monthly bundles
Gp0.50 – 40MB
GHc 3 – 360MB
GHc 20 – 2000MB
GHc 1 – 100MB
GHc 5 – 600MB
GHc 30 – 3500MB
GHc 3 – 800MB
GHc 10 – 2000MB
GHc 40 – 5000MB
GHc 5 – 1200MB
GHc 20 – 4500MB
GHc 50– 7000MB
 


 
 
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