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You Heard About The Kwesé Video Bundles? Here Is How You Can Try Them Out

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Econet recently launched Kwesé video bundles as the pay-TV fight heats up.

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By now we are aware what ‘bundle’ means. These bundles are similar to the WhatsApp and Facebook bundles we are used to except that they give access to Kwesé. Bundling is important because the data prices in this country are ridiculous and so we need these discounted bundles. That way the data you buy will not be used up by some other mischievous app. 

Similar to the WhatsApp bundles you get to choose between the daily, weekly and monthly bundles.

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The daily bundle costs $2, gives you 2gb to access Kwesé and is valid for 24 hours.

The weekly bundle costs $10, gives you 10gb to access Kwesé and is valid for 7 days.

The monthly bundle costs $35, gives you 35gb to access Kwesé and is valid for 30 days.

To purchase the bundles you have to be an Econet prepaid customer. Let’s look at the step by step process of purchasing a daily bundle:

  • Dial *143#
  • Select Option 1. Data Bundles
  • Select Option 1. Daily Bundles
  • Select Option 7. $2-2GB Kwese
  • Select Option 1. Buy for Self (If purchasing for yourself)
  • Choose your preferred payment method, between airtime and EcoCash.

And that’s it, you have just purchased your Kwesé video bundles. The process is similar if you are buying the weekly or monthly bundles.

Things to note before you purchase your bundles

You will need the Kwesé TV app installed on your phone. It is available for Android and iOS. For you to get the best streaming experience you will want to use a 4G capable handset, 3G may work too. 

The bundle lifespan start at day of first use and not purchase and the bundle is credited to the mobile number and not phone. This means you an change handsets and still enjoy the service.

We will be sharing our own experience with the bundles and if you have tried the bundles do let us know what your experience has been.

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Kwese TV was a subscription-based Zimbabwean satellite and broadcasting network owned by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, under Econet Media. The service was shut down formally on 1 November 2018. Customers that had bought the satellite could still watch Free to air content on their Kwese equipment... Read More About Kwese

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, a subsidiary of Econet Wireless International, is the first and largest mobile network services provider in Zimbabwe. The telecoms giant became popular with its products and services such as Buddie. It has established branches in different corners of the country and enjoys... Read More About Econet

EcoCash is a mobile money transfer facility which is run by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe. The facility has grown in leaps and bounds since its inception and is arguably the largest mobile money transfer agent considering the huge sums of transactions that the platform is said... Read More About EcoCash


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4 thoughts on “You Heard About The Kwesé Video Bundles? Here Is How You Can Try Them Out

  1. If they can do Zol bundles and throw in netflix subscriptions like in SA with the Kwese Play box then they win!

  2. I bought the Kwese bundles yesterday. I have the the app installed in my phone. but to my surprise for every kwese channel I tried to play I got this “unfortunately this channel is not available in your country”. the bundle ended up expiring without watching anything. nxaaa

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