You don’t have to subscribe. You just buy data, click on the link and watch whatever you want to watch… We get revenue only from advertising.— Jomo Sono
[When does it start?] Today!— Jomo Sono
South African soccer legend-of-legends Jomo Sono is launching a free streaming service – called TV2GO - in South Africa with more than 100 channels.
Sono’s Infinivy SA owns 26% of TV2GO with Israeli company Cast-TV owning the rest.
Infinivy SA and Cast-TV are targeting 500 000 viewers within a year.
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