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.