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Pay-TV operators have been in keen competition ever since TSTV entered the Nigerian market. Kwesé, owned by Zimbabwean Strive Masiyiwa also entered the market with its launch in October.
DStv the market leader is also not letting-up with a raft of changes to its GOtv and Dstv bouquets. It’s strongest new challenger looks like Kwesé and these companies are expected to lead the market in the future and unsurprisingly, both have stands right beside each other as you can see in the picture at the ongoing Lagos International Trade Fair at Tafewa Balewa Square.
Kwesé is offering a discounted price for its decoder at the trade fair as you can see in the following tweet:
Have you visited the @Kwese_NG stand at the Lagos Trade Fair? Visit us and get a decoder at a discounted price, only at the Trade Fair. pic.twitter.com/W4x85cRmBT
— Kwesé Nigeria (@Kwese_NG) November 6, 2017
So, which would you go for? Kwesé or DStv?
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