Ibadan Residents Applaud SuperTV Over App Download Consumer Activation
By Olorunfemi Adejuyigbe
The residents of Ibadan, have applauded SuperTV, Nigeria’s foremost video streaming company, for its consumer activation scheduled to take place in all parts of the country. The residents commended SuperTV for ensuring that Ibadan is one of the cities in Nigeria chosen to participate in the all-entertaining consumer activation.
Currently, SuperTV is engaged in a strategic reach-out to their consumers and prospective customers in major cities in Nigeria, including: Abeokuta, Lagos, Ibadan, Benin, Onitsha, Enugu, Aba, Port Harcourt and Uyo. Others cities are Abuja, Kaduna and Kano. The campaign which started in Abeokuta last week trails to Ibadan, as the train gets set for a major town storming of the commercial city of Lagos.
In Abeokuta, the train visited major places such as Lafenwa market, Oke-Ilewo, Panseke, Omida, and Sapon. Other places include: Kemta housing estate, Lantoro hospital road, and Ijaiye to share the SuperTV experience. Whereas in Ibadan, the largest city in Africa, the SuperTV team visited Shoprite-Dugbe, passed through Mobil, Challenge, Orita Challenge, and New Garage. Residents of Ibadan were full of praises for SuperTV. “I am greatly impressed by the SuperTV show in Ibadan. I am happy that they included Ibadan in this tour where they are educating people about their products and services,” said Segun Oluwafemi, a Lotto Manager, in Mobil area of Ibadan. “If they did not come, how would we know that there is a company that offers Zero Data services to watch a movie. In fact, they offered me free airtime to watch a movie on their platform. It is very exciting. Right now, I have downloaded the App and subscribed to one of their bouquets, because they have many, and now I am already watching a Yoruba movie on my phone.”
The colourful attires and dance steps from the SuperTV team was what attracted Ozoemena Okon, a Phone Accessory Dealer in Mobil Link Road, Ibadan, to download the App and subscribe to a bouquet. “I was impressed by their colourful dressing and acrobatic dancing. I stood for a while watching them, before I went to meet them to know what they are doing – maybe I will benefit from it. After explaining to me, they gave me free airtime to watch a movie on the SuperTV App. I found it very interesting and hence I downloaded the App and subscribed. To know that, with as little as 200-naira airtime I could watch a movie of my choice, was quite attractive to me. I have already started enjoying movies on my phone,” Okon concluded.
Different strokes for different folks! Ozoemena went to meet SuperTV team at the spot where they were dancing, but in the case of Chikwendu Uchenna, a Caterer at a restaurant situated at the Challenge Park, Ibadan, the team went to her. “They approached me at the restaurant where I was doing my work. They explained SuperTV services to me. It was quite interesting, especially the part that talks about watching movie with airtime; and also, the part that talks about 200-naira. So, if I have 200-nira airtime, and I feel like relaxing to watch a movie, I can do that. I did not waste time to download the App and subscribe to a bouquet. I discovered that they have many options, but I chose the one that would allow me to watch Africa magic. Honestly, I think that SuperTV should create more awareness about their products and services to win more Nigerians. This is really good.”
Earlier in Abeokuta, most of the participants who benefited from the reward applauded SuperTV for bringing the campaign to Abeokuta. Adam’s Temitope, a student of the School of Nursing, Abeokuta, said that she appreciated the fact that one does not need data to enjoy SuperTV offerings. She exclaimed, “It’s good ooh! When I heard about downloading the App and subscribing to watch movies, my heart sank. I was thinking within myself that where will I get data to watch movies on the SuperTV platform. But to know that I can access the SuperTV program with airtime was something new to me. I really like this idea of watching movies with airtime. That is good.”
‘Mummy Boys’, as she was known in the Fabrics Sellers’ section of Kuto market said that with the idea of streaming SuperTV movies with airtime, and not necessarily with data, means she would now have more relaxed moments to watch her choice movies. “I am always busy during the day in the market, but now I am happy that after the day’s stress I can watch TV on my bed before sleeping.”
The SuperTV nationwide campaign is aimed at appreciating Nigerians for their support since the inception of the company. It is also designed to reward consumers for their patronage of the incredible SuperTV packages; and to give prospective customers an opportunity to subscribe to the exciting and entertaining SuperTV programmes. The market activation will encourage new consumers to download the SuperTV App and subscribe to the zero data platform.
SuperTV offers Nigerians a hard-to-beat value-add propositions – Affordability & Convenience. Given the prevailing economic challenges in the country, SuperTV offers affordable subscription packages that allows subscribers several options to choose from depending on their purchasing power, and they can choose daily, weekly or monthly subscriptions; this makes SuperTV an inclusive brand that is offering great entertainment to everyone. This access to affordable entertainment through SuperTV’s unique streaming technology allows subscribers to watch Live TV and various movies and series on the go without using their data, ensuring a Zero data streaming.
Ijeoma Onah, the Acting CEO, SuperTV, said that the high cost of data remains a huge impediment to the growth of streaming business and SuperTV’s unique offering of zero data for streaming has adequately addressed the high data concerns that Nigerians have faced over time. “From Day One, SuperTV emerged with a powerful hard-to-beat market entry strategy, based on a “ZERO DATA” proposition; and partners with Nigeria’s largest telecom Network, MTN – to ensure access to her products and services everywhere you go, with the MTN wide network coverage. With SuperTV, subscribers enjoy great entertainment on a zero data platform, once subscription has been made with available airtime. Various bouquets are available on SuperTV – VOD bouquets – Premium Plan, Basic Plan, Live TV, and Kiddies bouquets.
To subscribe to the SuperTV bouquets using a short code is easy:
To subscribe to the Try-Out Bouquet which enables you to try out everything on the platform for a one-day validity, text STD to 33150. This will only cost N200-naira airtime. If you are lucky to be at the experiential activation, you will get to enjoy a free airtime to enable you subscribe.
Other bouquets available are the Premium plan, Basic plan and Live TV with validity that covers Daily, Weekly, and Monthly subscriptions. There are many more bouquets to match every segment of the society including Kiddies Zone with fantastic Daily, Weekly, and Monthly offerings. Reports indicate that kids are loving it big with SuperTV entertainment. They applaud the varieties offered in their bouquet. To learn more about the various bouquets and subscriptions visit www.supertv.ng
SuperTV Market Activation Train Storms Lagos Amidst Cheers from Lagosians
SuperTV Market Activation Train Storms Lagos Amidst Cheers from Lagosians
By Olorunfemi Adejuyigbe
From Abeokuta, through Ibadan, and now to Lagos, SuperTV market activation continues to gather momentum as it stirs consumers and customers to download and subscribe to SuperTV Zero Data App – to enable them stream and enjoy the best of movies for leisure and entertainment.
In Lagos, the SuperTV activation team was gleefully received with cheers, as people milled around the activation site at Ikpodo market, Ikeja, from where they combed the Computer Village, and Awolowo Way and its environs. The moment was exciting with music and open dance from the gyrating foot-works of the professional dancers, to the accompanying rhythmic competition by the subscribers, the public and passersby. The fact that subscribers and prospects can watch movies on their smart phones, mobile devises and laptops without data, but airtime, brought relief to subscribers who were very concerned about the usage of data.
Bukola Oloruntobi, female subscriber, who works in a Pharmacy Store, applauded the SuperTV offerings. “I like the SuperTV offerings. The convenient and flexible payment system using airtime instead of data is heart-warming. You know how it these day with data. Ahhhh! Data is really scarce and expensive. So, to have an opportunity to watch movies with airtime, even with as little as 200-naira, is a big relief and an opportunity to enjoy myself more – when I want to relax.”
Whereas Bukola is excited about the flexible payment and convenience, Hope Egwu, a Food Vendor at Ikpodo lauded SuperTV for offering a product that is more assuring than others. “For me, is it not better to pay for SuperTV offering that you know you have the flexibility to choose the programmes you want, based on how much airtime you can afford, instead of subscribing to packages that determine how much data to buy and you don’t really have time to enjoy? I think I feel more comfortable with the SuperTV offerings, especially because, I have some control over what I pay, how much I pay, and what I watch. I have already subscribed, and I am enjoying a movie right now on my phone,” he said.
Another excited prospect, Richard Olatunde, an IT Consultant, feels “It’s an interesting innovation to watch TV without feeding on one’s data, but to use airtime on a scalable mode. I’m eager to experience more of SuperTV.” Festus Oladokun, a student says it’s very good that he can watch movies, and other entertainment categories on SuperTV with his friends without having to worry about data that is meant for assignments and other serious business. “So, telecom services can come to this level considering the huge amount involved in accessing things on your phone many years back?” That was the reaction from Seyifunmi Jenyo, a Microfinance Banker. “Anyway, I hope to get to know more about SuperTV offerings. Mr. Odusami Adedayo Ademola, a civil servant said he couldn’t resist the electrifying moment but had to cross over the street to ask what SuperTV was offering. He couldn’t hide his interest by demanding instant downward of SuperTV App on his smartphone.
Currently, SuperTV is on a nationwide market campaign across Nigeria. The cities involved include: Abeokuta, Ibadan, Lagos, Benin, Onisha and Enugu. Other locations are Aba, Port Harcourt, Uyo, Abuja, Kano and Kaduna. Abeokuta and Ibadan are already done. SuperTV is in Lagos now. The SuperTV market activation is aimed at appreciating Nigerians for their support since the inception of the company. It is also designed to reward customers for their patronage of the incredible SuperTV edutainment packages; and also, to give prospective consumers an opportunity to subscribe to the exciting and imaginative SuperTV programmes. The market activation will encourage the new consumers to download the SuperTV App and subscribe for the zero data platform using the free airtime to be made available at the various locations where the activations will take place.
Even as subscribers and the public thumb up for SuperTV propositions, the Acting CEO, Ijeoma Onah says that, “From Day One, SuperTV emerged with a powerful hard-to-beat market entry strategy, based on a “ZERO DATA” offering; and partners with Nigeria’s largest telecom Network, MTN – to ensure access to her products and services everywhere you go, with the MTN network coverage. With SuperTV, subscribers do not incur internet data charges to stream after subscription. The user gets to enjoy either Live TV, Video on Demand or both at absolutely no additional cost after subscribing successfully,” said Onah.
To subscribe to the SuperTV bouquets using MTN short code is easy:
There is the Try-Out Bouquet which you can access daily by Texting STD to 33150. This will only cost you 200-naira airtime. But, do not worry; at the activation location SuperTV provides that 200-naira airtime free to enable you sample the latest offerings in the bouquet.
There is also the Basic Bouquet which are in three categories of Basic Daily, Basic Weekly, and Basic Monthly. In this category you can access the basic monthly by texting BSM to 333150 at an affordable airtime of 4,200 naira. There are many more bouquets to match every segment of the society including Kiddies Zone with fantastic Daily, Weekly, and Monthly offerings. Reports indicate that kids are loving it big with SuperTV entertainment. They applaud the varieties offered in their bouquet.
Gov Abiodun: NEW LAGOS-IBADAN RAIL LINE FITS OUR TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN
Gov Abiodun: NEW LAGOS-IBADAN RAIL LINE FITS OUR TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN
Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has said that the Lagos-Ibadan Standard Guage Railway project of the Federal Government was in tandem with the State’s Transportation Master Plan, just as freight stations crisscrossing the State would provide manufacturers good platform to export their goods and services to the outside world.
The Governor who stated this in an interview after inspecting the new Abeokuta Train Station at Laderin Estate with the Minister of Transportation, Mr. Chibuike Ameachi, said apart from Abeokuta station, Kajola and Agbado in the state also have freight stations.
“I want to enjoin our indigenes to begin to patronise the services as extra wagons will commence operation tommorow.
“There are freight stations along this train corridor at Kajola and Agbado and we do not have a doubt that manufacturers will take advantage of this freight stations to load their containers for export and also receive their containers coming from ports to this State”.
Abiodun said the Lagos-Ibadan railway line that passes through the state provides a multi model transportation facilitation, not only for the indigenes of the state, but an avenue for the state transport master plan to thrive.
“This project for us goes beyond just having a railway line across Ogun State, it is also another opportunity to provide a multi model transportation facilitation for our indigenes in the state which fits perfectly into our own transportation master plan.
“I have spent the greater part of the evening with the Minister on how to align that same multi model state plan with the Federal Government multi model transportation plan, I am glad to say that our deliberations were very fruitful. I want to enjoin our indigenes to begin to patronise this service,” Abiodun said.
The state helmsman while expressing his excitement that out of the ten stations that are between Lagos and Ibadan, the State has five of the stations, added that issues bordering on security and access road to the train terminal would be given immediate priority.
“We observed the issue of security, we believe that the tracks will be secured. We also observed that we need to find a way to enhance the access to the station. The Minister has assured us that the Ministry of Transportation will do their part and we as state government will also compliment them, because, we want this service to succeed,” he said.
Abiodun noted that the train service would not only be for the transportation of passengers, but would also provide manufacturers an avenue to transport their finished products and containers, adding that a committee that would look at issues that would further enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the train service would be set up between the state and federal ministries of Transportation.
He commended President Buhari led-administration for providing fund for the execution of the project, noting that the project fits perfectly with his administration’s Transportation Master Plan.
Earlier in his response, the Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon Rotimi Amaechi who noted that the terminal was ready for commissioning by the president, added that the Ministry would also increase the number of trains that runs on the rail track in a day.
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When God speaks, the wise listens. Barely 24 hours after the Apostle Omotosho Tope Joseph’s prophetic alert that we should pray against gas explosions in Calabar and tankers loaded with fuel explosions, six persons were confirmed dead today in a fatal accident involving a fuel tanker and tricycles along Calabar highway.
IAnd sadly today, Six persons were confirmed to have died when a fatal road accident occurred this morning along Calabar – Itu High Way involving a fuel tanker and two tricycles.
The incident took place along Ntak Inyang area of the highway, at the portion of the road which is currently being repaired by the state government after it was cut off by ravine encroachment with Niger Pet Construction firm handling the remedial work. Due to the repairs work the company had since closed one side of the road to traffic forcing all vehicles to ply just one lane of the highway.
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