Kwese TV  Lowers Monthly Subscription Fee, Offers Free Decoders To Civil Servants

A week after announcing that it was removing 6 channels from its bouquet, Kwese TV has revealed that it will be giving free decoders to civil servants who sign up for its service. However, in order to get the “free” decoder, a customer needs to sign up for a 24-month contract, where they will be paying a monthly subscription fee of $20.30 instead of the usual $29 per month.


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According to the terms and conditions, a user will get full access to all 77 channels for the first 12 months. However, for the remaining 12 months, subscribers will have access to limited channels.

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3 comments on “Kwese TV  Lowers Monthly Subscription Fee, Offers Free Decoders To Civil Servants

  1. Thats a raw deal. Why change the bouquet after 12 months. if contract is for 24 months. i urge civil servants to be wary of this deal. Capitalist in nature for sure. You will pay for something you will not be sure for the other 12 months.

  2. The cache ‘limited number of channels after 12 months’ limited can be 2 channels yet you are paying $20.30 every month. Econet has never be known to give anything for free

  3. AM ON THE BOTSWANA MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE CATTLE BRANDING PROJECT CONTRACT SIGNED 2012 AT MAKWAPENG RANCH WITH THE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE STAFF

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