OVee for your TV - meet SA's champion of customer service

What’s the one thing that’s common with many South African homes? The answer? A TV set.

South Africa has over 1.8 million Openview subscribers and for these TV viewers, customer service is about to be more interactive than it has ever been.

Introducing OVee; South Africa’s first walking, talking, solution-driven Champion of customer service, proudly brought to you by Openview - a first for a Satellite TV platform. OVee was born in 2019 and grew rapidly over a short space of time in order to assume the role of service agent.

When you think about a brand ambassador, one generally lands on obscure thoughts of some insanely compensated human who is contracted to fulfill a variety of brand duties. This is where Openview provides you with not only a brand new meaning to the term brand ambassador but also a refreshed view of what a brand ambassador is capable of doing.

Our Champion of customer service is unique, friendly, efficient, detail-oriented and eager to be of service to you. He lives socially and digitally and can be summoned through the #OveeAssists golden hashtag. If you have an Openview query, can't seem to locate an installer or are experiencing network problems, OVee will have the solution. Content and general information about international sport such as the Premier League, Kids programming or new channels will first be shared by OVee, you can also expect to see him at many Openview activations mingling with all the exceptional fans of free.

In addition, the Champion of customer service is quite the easy fellow to spot; a trendy haircut, mustard coloured Openview branded tee, hipster cut pants, and comfy sneakers, OVee tackles customer service with stylish flair.

For more information on OVee, Visit www.openview.co.za

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