Wabona launches Subscription Service

Posted in Simba Says,Wabona on April 13th, 2013 By admin

Today we are proud to announce that we are launching a subscription service for all our users. For US$5.99 per month you will get  unlimited access to all our TV shows and films.

We have redesigned the Wabona website and we  are launching this new service with some new West African films on Wabona.

We want to make it easier for you to enjoy our content and we want you to watch as much as you want.

As we build our service we want you to build with us, so please use Wabona as much as you want, please review our content and tell us what you think about it on Facebook, Twitter or just drop us an email at [email protected]

On behalf of the team at Wabona we just want to thank you for all your support.

Thanks,

Simbarashe

CEO, Wabona

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