What signing up for Netflix on Kwesé Play looks like

Kwesé Play recently launched in South Africa, offering a customised Roku player bundled with three months of Netflix access for R1,599.

Kwesé – a subsidiary of Econet Media – also revealed it is the official partner of Netflix and Roku in Africa.

Netflix and Kwesé said their relationship is a long-term partnership spanning sub-Saharan Africa, which is aimed at making it easier for Africans to enjoy Netflix.

When you set up the Roku-powered media player from Kwesé Play for the first time, it asks you to create an account with them.

You may then choose to bill your Netflix subscription to your Kwesé Play account.

This is what the setup process looks like.


Welcome screen

Kwese Play - welcome


Select Internet connection

Kwese Play - connection selection


2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi networks supported

Kwese Play - Wi-Fi support


The on-screen keyboard

Kwese Play - keyboard


Update prompt and download

Kwese Play - update notification

Kwese Play - update download


Screen resolution detection

Kwese Play - display detection

Kwese Play - resolution


Activation

Kwese Play - activation

Kwese Play - online activation


Settings

Kwese Play - settings


Kwesé Play with 3 months of free Netflix

Kwese Play - home screen with free Netflix ad


Standard Netflix signup, with Kwesé Play payment option

Kwese Play - Netflix Roku app

Kwese Play - Netflix Roku select plan

Kwese Play - Netflix payment options


Now read: Netflix partner Kwesé Play – All the details

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