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Social Media Marketing Training and 30 Days Sales Challenge

social media marketing trainingApplication Wheel Koncepts is organizing a Social Media Marketing training and 30 days Sales Challenge. The 3 days training will focus on Facebook and Instagram Ads. This training is for individuals who market a Unique and in demand product/service and others who want to build a Career in Digital/Social Media Marketing.

 

You will learn how to:

  • Create and Manage a Facebook Business Page
  • Run cost effective and converting Facebook and Instagram Ads
  • Increase sales and profits for your business
  • Position your offer so it attracts your IDEAL prospects
  • Get more leads for your products/services
  • Use Nairaland Ads, Email Marketing, Google Forms, Search Engine Optimization and Landing Page to attract leads and improve Sales of your products.

The Training Schedule is as Follows:
Date: May 29 – 31, 2018
Venue: No 4 Eric Moore Road, Surulere Lagos
Time: 10am – 4pm
Training Fee: NGN 20,000.00

 

Payment should be made to the account details below:
Account Name: Application Wheel Koncepts
Account No: 2026223520
Bank: First Bank

Registration closes on Monday, May 28, 2018. Kindly note that only 20 seats are available and will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. For enquiry Call 07052193138

Training Requirements and Prerequisites
-Participants must be computer literate.
-A Laptop for the practical sessions.

Meet the Facilitator

The Training Facilitator is Olorunfemi Babatunde, He has Business Development experience in the Oil and Maritime, construction and ICT sectors and have 6 years Digital Marketing experience.

Download the training Slides from the Business and Career Section of Q and A App. Follow this link  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tolu.qanda to Download Q and A App from Google Playstore.

To book for Corporate and One-on-One training call: 07052193183

Note: All participants will be supported to get at least 30 Sales enquiries for their products within 30 days of putting the skills learnt at the training to use.

Make Kwese TV Subscription Payment at these Nigerian Banks

Kwese TV subscription payment just got easier! In addition to online payment platforms www.quickteller.com and www.mypaga.com and accredited dealer offices, Kwese TV subscription payment can be made at the under listed banks. Efforts are in place to enlist more banks. The Kwese Nigerian team is working hard to ensure that Kwese TV subscription payment is easy and convenient for Kwese TV customers.

Make Subscription Payment at these banks

  • United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA)
  • Wema Bank
  • Fidelity Bank Plc
  • Unity Bank
  • Heritage Bank
  • Skye Bank
  • First Bank
  • Heritage Bank
  • Zenith Bank
  • Sterling Bank

Procedure for making payment at the Bank

Follow the process described below to fill the Bank Teller:

  • On the Account name field write Kwese TV
  • On the Account Number field write your Decoder Account No (the Number usually begins with 2340……….)
  • On Depositor’s Name field, fill in your name as provided during registration with Kwese TV
  • On Amount Field: put the Amount to be paid (subscription amount).

If you changed subscription plan, e.g from One month payment to Seven days payment and If your subscription payment is not active within 20-30 minutes of making payment, call the Kwese TV Nigeria Customer Care line on 014407312 or Visit www.kwese.com to chat their customer Care rep, as soon as you provide them with your decoder account number, your subscription payment will be applied.

For Football viewing center owners, it is always advisable that you make timely payments and not wait till the rush hour.

Should you have more queries, do not hesitate to contact us at Application Wheel Koncepts. To Purchase Kwese decoder in Lagos Nigeria call 07052193183 or Visit our office at No. 58 Bode Thomas Street, Surulere, Lagos.

Valentine Message: Be Perfect as your heavenly Father is Perfect

Have you heard anyone say, “I am not God; I cannot be perfect, only God is perfect?” Each time I hear it from a friend, I remind them of Jesus teaching in Matthew 5: 48 “Therefore you shall be perfect, just as your Father in heaven is perfect.” By calling us to perfection, Christ calls us to Love. What then is Love? The answer is found in 1st Corinthians 13:4-13.

“Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

Love never ends. As for prophecies, they will pass away; as for tongues, they will cease; as for knowledge, it will pass away.”

By calling us to perfection, is Jesus Christ asking for too much? At Mass today, being Ash Wednesday (the beginning of Lent, forty days fasting for Christians), Catholics across the world are reminded that “you are dust and to dust you will return”. It doesn’t matter how much cash reserve you have in your bank account or assets you can boast of – they will pass away. The only thing that will not end is the love you give and show. How much love do you have in your reserve, what is your Love net worth?

Never forget that you are a gift to our world. How much of your gift are you blessing the world with? Don’t spend your life time doing nothing about your talents and gifts; let them embolden you to act, to love, to give and grow.

In the Pursuit of your dreams, let love be your guide. I will close my message with Jesus teaching as captured in Matthew 5-43-48

43 “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’  44 But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you, 45 that you may be sons of your Father in heaven; for He makes His sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust. 46 For if you love those who love you, what reward have you? Do not even the tax collectors do the same? 47 And if you greet your brethren only, what do you do more than others? Do not even the tax collectors do so? 48 Therefore you shall be perfect, just as your Father in heaven is perfect.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Nigeria: A Nation Without Conscience?

“Make straight the way of the Lord” cried John the Baptist, forerunner of Jesus Christ. His earthly assignment was to call the people of Israel to repentance and prepare them for the coming of the Messiah. The bible records John as a righteous and fearless man. These rare attributes eventually saw him beheaded – He died for what he lived for and believed in.

For me, writing about Nigeria is sometimes painful, yet a patriotic exercise. I liken it to a parent who has given up on an errant child but decide to try one last time. I have reached a point where my hope for a better Nigeria is hinged only on HOPE. At the moment, the pointers to a prosperous Nigeria are largely elusive.

Nigerians are not unawares of the problems plaguing the nation. At the root of our many problems is lack of good leadership. Proper diagnoses of our leadership problems do not spare the followership of faults. We have a followership that is active in talking, finding faults but missing in action when it counts – at the polls. Are you 18 years old or more? Do you have your voter’s card? Don’t tell me votes don’t count in Nigeria – it’s the lamest excuse to give and I find it unacceptable.

During election, we all seem to focus on the “big” positions – Presidency and Governorship; we forget that every piece in the puzzle count. Going forward, we must ensure to give importance to Local Government Chairmen, Councillorship and House of Assembly elections.

We risk nursing a population that revel in trivialities on social media and lose contact with reality. It is an eternal truth that politicians who are well connected with the grass root and understand the language of the people are the ones that are victorious at the polls. How can technology be deployed by well-meaning and good intentioned political office hopefuls in engaging the grass root? Are there politicians and mobile App developers thinking in this line? Is there a value that can be delivered to the farmer, petty market woman, aging and students through a mobile app? or all we can do is throw banters on Facebook and WhatsApp while nursing a pitiable space for the unborn generation?

What values do you espouse as a Nigerian? As a Man of God, do you teach the truth from the pulpit without fear of who the truth pebbles hit? Do you charge your members who hold leadership positions in government to deliver on their mandates? Do you call them to meetings or write them letters appraising their performance and admonishing them as Apostle Paul would have done? As a doctor in a government hospital, do you sacrifice your duty for your private practice leaving the fate of dying men/women in the hands of interns? As a Youth Corp member are you impacting knowledge at your place of primary assignment or you made yourself a god to be served? As a Civil Servant, how devoted are you in the discharge of your responsibilities? As a teacher, how are you shaping the future of learners under your care?

It is true that the world is becoming a global village, should we not care about our side of the village? Search your mind for what you are contributing to the current state of the Nigerian nation. Like John the Baptist can you say you were sent to the people of Nigeria by God for a purpose? Can you say you are living for what you believe in? What are you living for? What do you believe in? We all must treat Nigeria as good parents treat their Children, giving, loving and working selflessly to ensuring a great future for them not minding the cost and price paid.

The soul of this nation is a summation of the consciences of her citizens. We all cannot be playing victims of failed leadership when those positions are occupied by our brothers and sisters and will probably be occupied by us and our sons and daughters sometime in the future. Take this piece as a call for examination of conscience and call to repentance. Lets give Nigeria a chance to be the Great Nation God destines it to be. Arise o Compatriot and lets make our Nation the pride and bride of Africa.

Photo Credit: therenaissanceng.com

Grow your Business Watching Kwesé TV Exclusive Channel 405

Kwesé exclusive Channel 405 (Kwesé Inc) is one reason for any growth minded entrepreneur/ business executive to purchase a Kwesé decoder. Kwesé Inc is an exclusive channel of Kwesé TV, designed by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. It features premium content that entertains, educate and inspire entrepreneurs.

Kwesé Inc can be likened to some aspects of a typical business school curriculum-Business Case Studies, Analysis of Business problems, Strategy, Business plans and information on lean business processes. With programs like Shark Tank, The Profits, Hatcher, the Making of a Billionaire etc watching Kwesé Inc will expose you to live business case studies, Startups, lessons from top entrepreneurs, you will learn how to pitch to investors and write a good Business plan. At the last check, attending the Executive MBA program of Lagos Business school costs a little above 4 million Naira; an amount that will keep you subscribed to Kwesé TV for a 53 years period. Note: I am not offering Kwesé Inc as an alternative to Business School education, however, it is complementary.

See list of Kwese TV Channels

Here is an enlightenment and advice I offer to my Kwesé TV clients before or after their purchase of Kwesé decoder, “Kwesé TV is owned by Econet Group, they are the first telecommunication company to operate in the Nigerian telecoms market. They were sent out of Nigeria by corruption. Dr. Strive Masiyiwa once shared the details on his Facebook Page. He is one of Africa’s finest Entrepreneurs and was recently announced as the first Zimbabwe Billionaire with a net worth of 1.7 Billion USD. Do well to follow him on Facebook. He makes out time to share a post weekly on his Facebook page”.

Some top reasons why my clients love Kwesé includes access to exclusive content like NBA TV, ESPN, Kwesé Inc and Kwese Kids. Kwesé TV has about 15 exclusive Channels. Other reasons include:

  • High Definition Channels
  • Ability to watch Kwese TV full Channels on mobile at no extra cost
  • Ability to record and Catch Up favorite programs
  • Flexible payment option – 3 days, 7 days and Monthly

If you are not Watching Kwesé TV, what then are you watching? Invest in Kwesé TV today and connect with useful information that will grow your business.

If you have any questions or need to purchase a Kwesé decoder in Lagos Nigeria do not hesitate to contact us 07052193183.  Submit your email in the subscription box on this page to be the first to get new posts/information about Kwesé TV and Join the Kwesé TV Nigeria Fans Facebook Group.

The Chronicles and Adventure of a Kwesé TV Dealer

The Chronicle and Adventure of a Kwesé TV Dealer is a compendium of my journey as a Kwesé TV dealer in Lagos Nigeria. I choose to write about it because of the inherent lessons it may hold for the intending entrepreneur and to educate Kwesé TV subscribers about Kwesé TV decoder and services.

This compendium particularly holds useful information for the early adopters of Kwesé TV – Men and Women who are taking advantage of the Kwesé #BeyondTV Factor. The adventure part of my compendium is in the future; I have a plan of visiting and bringing you views from all the Football Centers in Lagos – those ones that own a Kwesé decoder. This compendium promises to be exciting, fun and engaging.

Sometimes in April 2017 I read from Dr. Strive Masiyiwas Facebooks wall that Kwesé TV team were receiving dealership Application from interested persons and organisations. Kwesé TV is the media Subsidiary of the Econet Group. In one of his Facebook posts, Dr Strive explained that Kwesé is a Zimbabwe word that means anything and everywhere. Kwesé TV promise is to keep her subscribers glued to the contents they love on the go – Anytime and Anywhere!

As an ardent follower of Dr. Strive, I saw becoming a Kwesé dealer as a job creation opportunity and with Dr. Strives involvement in Kwesé TV, I had no doubt that it is the future of Satellite TV in Africa. I visited www.dealer.Kwesé.com and applied to become a Kwesé TV edealer – edealers are individuals who buy at wholesale price and retail. Not satisfied with being just an edealer; I opted to become a Supertechnite, a Supertechnite is an individual who has a physical office space and a registered business whose main responsibility is to recruit and train Technites (Installers) and ensure that Kwesé clients have a good Customer experience at all times from the point of purchase to installation and after sales services.

Upon approval of my Supertechnite application, I was provided with some learning materials and later invited to a physical training. Being a new player to the Satellite TV business, I did not connect with all the technical information passed at the training but I took proper notes, including a list of the channels available on Kwesé TV. After the training we were provided with Test Kits with which we practiced how to track the Kwesé signal and do a standard installation. This set the stage of my Journey as a Kwesé TV dealer.

I met my first Technite (Elijah) through information sourced from a flyer that caught my attention within Omole Phase 2 Estate in Ikeja Lagos, Nigeria. The flyer read, “Call 0705XXXXXX for your DSTV, Consat, MyTV installations”. Kwesé was missing on the list and I could tell that the advertiser was a satellite TV business owner or Installer who was yet to know about Kwesé TV.

Knowing that superior product knowledge is essential for effective selling of any product, I soon found home in www.Kwesé.com and familiarized myself with the product features, price and subscription rates. Regular visits to the site helped me stay in touch with the growth and milestone achieved by the Kwesé Team – one of such is securing Free-to-Air (FTA) and payTV rights for the 2018 World Cup.

By June 2017, I was ready to receive my first Client. Our Office line (07052193183) rang;

Me: Hello, Good morning

1st Client: Good morning, please am I on to a Kwesé TV dealer.

 

Me: Yes, you are.

1st Client: I’d like to get a Kwesé decoder, how much does it cost?

 

Me: It costs N10960

1st Client: Ok. Does that include installation?

 

Me: Yes, it does.

1st Client: Kindly confirm that your address is No. 58 Bode Thomas Surulere Lagos as displayed on your website – www.olorunfemibabatunde.com

 

Our first client was a fine soft spoken young man, an accountant with a finesse that resonates with our clients. He is a keen follower of ESPN website and had noticed that the ESPN website addressed was renamed to Kwesé.espn.com this lead him to make further enquiries about Kwesé TV. Not minding that he had an existing cable from of one of the leading providers in Nigeria.

 

To be continued. Be the first to receive the next series by leaving your email in the subscription box on this page and Join the Kwesé TV Nigeria Fans Facebook Group. Are you watching Kwesé yet? If No, what are you waiting for?

See frequently asked questions and answers about Kwesé TV

If you have any questions or need to purchase a Kwesé decoder in Lagos Nigeria do not hesitate to contact us 07052193183, No 58 Bode Thomas Street Surulere Lagos.

 

 

How to Contact Kwesé TV Customer Care in Nigeria

The Kwesé TV Customer Care Staff delights their customers with unbeatable and timely customer care experience by resolving customer complaints in record time. Should you have any challenge with your Kwesé TV decoder or have any enquires about Kwesé TV services, do one of the following:

1. Visit www.Kwesé.com and chat a Customer Care representative. At peak hours when there are a lot of persons engaging them, the chat feature may be temporarily unavailable. One way to avoid been in this situation is not to leave renewing your decoder subscription till the last minute or rush hour, this advice is particularly important for football center owners who seem to wait until the last minute of a major match of interest before renewing their subscription.
2. Call the Nigerian Kwesé TV Customer Care Line on 23414407312
3. Send a Mail to help@Kwesé.com
4. Contact us, Application Wheel Koncepts 07052193183 (Kwesé TV dealer), we are located at No. 58 Bode Thomas Surulere Lagos. We are always ready and happy to help.

5. Join the Kwese TV Nigeria Fans Facebook Group (A group created by Application Wheel Koncepts – Kwese TV dealer in Surulere, Lagos).

See how to Renew your Kwese TV Subscription on Quickteller.

With regards to renewing your Kwesé TV subscription, it is important to note that subscriptions are automatically renewed when you make renewal payment into your Decoder account before the end of the current subscription.

Also note that when you change your subscription plan e.g from One month payment to 1 week payment, there is need for you to contact a Kwesé Customer Care rep to apply the payment.

Thank you for choosing Kwesé TV, our promise is to connect you with the contents that you love anytime and everywhere. #KweséTV #BeyondTV.

See Frequently Asked Questions and answers.

If you have any questions or need to purchase a Kwesé decoder in Lagos Nigeria do not hesitate to contact us 07052193183. Submit your email in the subscription box on this page to be the first to get new posts/information about Kwesé TV and Join the Kwesé TV Nigeria Fans Facebook Group.

See how to renew your Kwese TV Subscription on Paga

Kwese TV decoder as a valuable Present and Christmas Gift

As you draw up  the list of items that will make up your Christmas hamper, consider Kwese TV deocder as a valuable Present/Christmas gift.

Gifts come in different colours, sizes, shapes and forms. For some individuals, the value attached to a gift is the relationship shared with the giver, for others, it’s the monetary, perceived value of the gift. This holiday season and beyond, consider Kwese TV decoder as a valuable present for you, your family and friends.  In gifting Kwese decoder to your family and loved ones, you’d be putting your family information, entertainment and entrepreneurial needs into perspective and leveraging Kwese to meet the identified needs.

If TV for you is about News and Entertainment, Kwese TV offers more – News, Entertainment, Entrepreneurship, Sports, Educational, Lifestyle contents. For corporate organisations, Entrepreneurs and parents, the question is, “wouldn’t you invest in a TV that makes you, your organization and family smart(er) and enterprising? Will you invest in a TV that is more than News and Entertainment?”

For infants and teenagers, Kwese TV offers eight Cartoon Channels including Kwese Kids, CbeeBies, Cartoon Network and Toonami. For families, Kwese Family, an exclusive channel programmed with the Family in mind, provides contents that enrich, promote and encourage family togetherness; Kwese TV contributes in no small measure to the bonding time that is necessary to building a tightly knit and loving family.

You will agree that entrepreneurial education is lacking in our society, one of the reasons we rank high as a consuming nation. The Nigerian youth and Entrepreneurs will do exploit if equipped with the required entrepreneurial expose and knowledge. Kwese TV is filling the entrepreneurial knowledge gap through Kwese Know and Kwese Inc Channels. Kwese Inc is fully dedicated to entrepreneurial content; programs include Shark Tank, the Profits and Hatched. These programs focus on Startups and provide insight on how to improve business processes, visibility and how to pitch to potential investors. Entrepreneurs, Business owners and leaders will do themselves and their organisations a lot of good watching Kwese Inc.

Before Kwese TV entry to Nigeria, I do not watch TV, with Kwese Inc, I now have need to watch TV and it feels great to know that I can watch my favorite content Anytime and Anywhere! – Particularly on my mobile phone. My core reasons for choosing Kwese over other Satellite TV in Nigeria are articulated above. Some of the individuals who have purchased Kwese decoder from my organization, Application Wheel Koncepts, had their own reasons, which includes amazing picture quality, availability of NBA TV and ESPN Channels. Individuals and entrepreneurs who are cult followers of Econet Group Chairman, Dr. Strive Masiyiwa also root for Kwese TV.

With over 70 premium channels and counting, Kwese TV decoder is a thoughtful holiday/Christmas gift to consider for you, your family and friends.

For enquires about Kwese TV, contact Application Wheel Koncepts on 07052193183. We are located at No. 58 Bode Thomas Street Surulere, Lagos.

Other Reasons why Kwese TV stands out includes

  • Set reminders for shows you don’t want to miss
  • 5 Free Channels when out of Subscription
  • Keep the kids safe with parental control
  • Record your favourite shows to watch later
  • Pause, rewind and fast forward in real time
  • High definition Channels
  • Flexible Payment option – 3 Months, 7 days and 3 days.
  • One subscription, Multiple Access! With an active subscription on your decoder, you can watch all Kwese TV Channels live on five devices – Mobile Phone and Laptop.

To Purchase Kwese decoder in Lagos Nigeria, Contact, Application Wheel Koncepts 07052193183

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My Grouse with the Fathers and Charge to the Sons

Whispers of America, Gods own country….” shifted my focus to the average height chocolate skinned teenager soliloquizing in the bus. She continued “I will get the American Visa one day, my application may have been turned down, I will try again!” she ended her reflection with, “America, Gods own country”.

I have witnessed the young and old alike give testimonies of how God helped them secure Visa to escape the Nigerian Nightmare. On a daily basis, thousands of Nigerians are praying, fasting, wishing and hoping that one day they will obtain a Visa to their dream country. Sad as this development may seem, it is our reality, the Nigerian reality.

I will not dwell on how we got here or who is to blame. However, I am baffled how a Nation with over 180 million inhabitants manages more evil, greedy and selfish citizens than the good and sensible ones – our choices during elections and how we allow leaders divide us along ethnic and religious line buttresses this position.

For successive governments, free and qualitative education is too much luxury to bequeath the Nigerian child, stable electricity remains elusive to the Nigerian entrepreneur and citizens. I sometime ask myself, “What is the Nigerian dream?” You have an answer? What values and vision drives and bind us as a Nation? The absence of a Nigerian dream explains why foundational cracks of mistrust, ethnicity, and greed surfaced, thrives and continue to dwarf our growth. These narratives must change.

We must not toe the path of our fathers; successive leaders who hold back the development of this nation with the “National Cake theory”, “Chop I Chop formula”, “Padi Padi syndrome” and the “Man know Man policies”.

How do we chart a new course for our Nation? Should we expect a Messiah? Should we take on the traits of the long awaited Messiah? My charge to you, young Nigerian; you are the hope and lifeline of Nigeria.

Coincidentally, I am publishing this article on the 87th Posthumous Birthday of Chinua Achebe. Chinua Achebe put Nigeria on the world map for writing and his intellectual prowess. Like Chinua, we must put Nigeria on the world map for excellence. It is no surprise to see him honoured by Google – did you see the Google doodle today? (It’s pictured in the image posted with this article). It may also interest you to know that Chinua Achebe is one of the personalities whose indigenous names are recognized by the Microsoft Office Word dictionary.

The potentials and abilities of the Nigerian youth are never in doubt. As individuals and as a collective, we must begin to channel our talents, resources and intellect towards changing our narrative and moving this nation forward. Let us join hands to save Nigeria from ethnicity, religious extremism and corruption.

The black man (in my opinion) is catastrophically self-centered. We can change this mindset by contributing our quota to the nation’s development, knowing well that building a prosperous Nation is the best present we can gift the upcoming and unborn generation.

2019 is around the corner, ensure to be part of the electoral process and join to hold our leaders accountable and responsible for their representation.

To Nigerians living in the Diaspora; NEVER forget your roots. The developed nation you now call home was built by humans. Therefore, do not fail to contribute your quota to the making of a prosperous Nigeria.

I am positive that Nigeria will wake up from her slumber someday; the day you and I decide that we are the long awaited messiah of change and begin to do things right within our sphere of influence. LET’S DO IT. YES, WE CAN!

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about Kwesé TV

Dear Kwese TV prospective customer, we hope you’d find the frequently asked questions and answer provided here useful. If your question is not included in the questions treated below. Do not hesitate to contact us on 07052193183.

Since the launch of Kwesé TV in Nigeria on Friday, October 20, 2017 the product acceptance rate amongst Business leaders, entrepreneurs, Basketball lovers and ESPN Fans has been overwhelming. This is no surprise to us at Application Wheel Koncepts (Registered Kwesé TV dealer). With over 65 Channels, the premium content that Kwesé TV provides is priceless and unbeatable. We have compiled the reoccurring pre-sales questions we got from our first 50 Clients.

  1. What is Kwesé TV?

Kwesé TV is a pay-as-you-watch satellite TV service, offering over 65 channels of world-class entertainment. Kwese TV is operated by Econet Media, a subsidiary of Econet Wireless. They currently have presence in 13 African countries.

  1. What is the Meaning of Kwesé?

Kwesé is a Shona (Zimbabwe) word that means – “Anywhere”, “Everywhere

 

  1. How much does Kwesé Decoder Cost?

Kwesé Dish and Decoder Sells for NGN 10,960. Includes Installation Fee and One Month FREE subscription.

 

  1. What is the available Subscription Plan?

Monthly subscription fee is NGN 6275. 7 days subscription NGN 1850, 3 days subscription NGN 990.

 

  1. Do they show Live National Basketball Association (NBA) Games?

Yes! Kwesé Shows Live NBA Games on its NBA TV and ESPN Channels

 

  1. How many Channels do they have?

At the time of publishing this information, Kwesé TV has 67 Channels. See the Channel list here

 

  1. What Channels are available on Kwesé TV?

Kwesé currently has over 65 premium channels including Kwesé Prime, Kwesé Inc, three Kwesé movie channels, Kwesé Kids, Kwese Family, Revolt TV, three Trace music channels, NBA TV, Kwesé Sports 1, Kwesé Sports 2, AMC, Discovery, DreamWorks and many more channels never before seen in Africa. See the Channel list here

 

  1. How to renew Subscription?

Kwesé TV subscription can be renewed on www.quickteller.com and mypaga.com.  You can also contact us at Application Wheel Koncepts, we are located at No. 58 Bode Thomas, Surulere, Lagos. Call 070582193183

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  1. Does Kwese TV show live Premiership and Champions League games?

Not at the moment. Kwese TV has Free-to-Air (FTA) premiership rights, this allows it to Air one Live Star premiership game every weekend. However, it shows the replays and highlights of Premiership games. The same applies to Champions league. This is because their competitor currently holds exclusive rights to Premiership and Champions league games.

 

Kwese hold the rights for EFL (Carabao Cup), FA Cup, Copa del Rey, 2018 World Cup. Econet Media has a four-year deal with UEFA to broadcast the UEFA EURO 2020 finals – including preceding qualifiers. In addition to the 2020 Euro Championships, Kwesé Sports will also broadcast UEFA’s new tournament, The UEFA Nations League which kicks off in the 2018/2019 season

  1. Is Kwesé TV Signal, dealers and Installers available Nationwide?

Yes! Kwesé Signal is available across Nigeria

 

  1. How do I Watch the full bouquet on my Mobile?

To watch the full Channels on your mobile, you are required to have an active subscription on your Kwesé decoder. See step by step guide on how to watch Kwesé TV on your mobile app

 

  1. How to locate dealers across Nigeria?

To locate dealers around your location, visit Kwesé TV website –www.Kwesé.com. You can also contact us at Application Wheel Koncepts on 07052193183, we would be glad to refer a competent dealer within your location.

  1. Can I use my existing dish with Kwesé Decoder?

Yes. If you have an existing 90cm  Satellite dish.

  1. Where to Buy Kwesé Decoder in Lagos?

Contact us, Application Wheel Koncepts on 07052193183. Our office is located at No 58, Bode Thomas Street, Surulere, Lagos. You will find information of other Lagos dealers on the Kwesé website – www.Kwesé.com

  1. Does my decoder use a Smart Card?

No. You renew your subscription with your decoder AR Number. The number begins with 234000xxxxx. It is sent to you via email or SMS upon activation of your Kwesé Decoder.

 

  1. What does Pay as you Watch Mean?

Pay as you Watch means that you can choose between 30 days, 7 days and 3 days subscription plans. A typical example are football viewing centers who mostly prefer the 3 days subscription plan.

 

  1. How long does Kwese dish and decoder installation take?

Installation time varies between 1 – 2 hours.

 

  1. Does Kwesé TV have free Channels?

Yes. Kwesé TV has 5 free Channels. The Free Channels include:

  • Kwesé FREE Sport (KFS): the biggest sports channel in Africa, which shows live English Premier League, and NBA games.
  • Kwesé FREE Entertainment (KFE): A new general entertainment channel which will show latest premium shows. This goes live in January.
  • African News: the best African news channel.
  • NTA International
  • Flow TV.

 

  1. Kwesé TV Decoder Features?
  • Dimensions: 155mm(W) x 110mm(D) x 38.5mm(H)
  • HD capable
  • Dolby Digital compatible
  • PVR capable (own hard drive required)
  • Parental control
  • TV Guide
  • Catch Up function
  • Remote control included

Order your Kwese Kit today. Call 07052193183, or Visit our office at No. 58, Bode Thomas Street, Surulere, Lagos.