The SuperTV has launched an online movie streaming terrain with matchless Zero Data as Nigeria marks 61st independence.
A statement obtained on Sunday said that the Chief Executive Officer, SuperTV, Ijeoma Onah, disclosed this at the launch in Lagos.
The chief executive officer said that subscription on SuperTV would be cheaper compared to other services with offers that demanded the use of data in addition to the subscription.
It added the SuperTV App would be available for download from the Google Play or Apple App store, and it would be the only time the Internet was required for streaming.
The statement said that the TV streaming platform was set to transform the over-the-top viewing experience, as millions of Nigerians could now access an online streaming platform with multiple channels of various exciting and educating entertainment contents.
It added that this also came with affordability, convenience and without the need to invest in data.
The streaming brand would make its services available to MTN subscribers, while other service providers would follow in due course, it stated.
It added that to SuperTV, the 61st independence symbolised a quest for love, harmony, balance, and nurturing; and it hoped to strengthen the fabrics of these virtues through quality, data-free and accessible entertainment for everyone.