Azuri Technologies, the pioneers of pay-as-you-go solar TV package in Kenya, has announced its partnership with Multichoice to bring leading international contents to off-grid households in the country.
In the press release on its website, Azuri Technologies says that the partnership bundled it “..recently announced TV400 product, the 32” solar-powered TV and household energy solution, with the DStv HD decoder to offer customers access to leading world-class entertainment, local and international news, documentaries and educational content.”
Commenting on the partnership, Simon Bransfield-Garth, CEO of Azuri Technologies said his company is, “…delighted to partner with Multichoice to bring the world-leading DStv content to our customers. By expanding the choice of content available to even off-grid customers, we are taking another step in shrinking the gap between households with and without the grid.”
The deal is expected to see Azuri’s pay-as-you-go solar TV system ride on the wave of DStv’s best video entertainment experience offering which includes the best local and international stories, nail-biting sporting events including the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A, golf, tennis, motorsport, WWE and rugby, up-to-the-minute local and international news, as well as leading international series, movies, documentaries and children’s shows.
Azuri’s off-grid customers will have access to this content available on a variety of packages, suitably designed for wholesome family viewing.