Tuluntulu has added an education, talent and religious channel to its lineup of shows which are viewable on a smartphone, offering users up to 40 TV and 28 radio channels.
Tuluntulu has added an education, talent and religious channel to its lineup, among other new offerings. Its content now includes 40 TV channels and 28 radio stations – and the app is claimed to use less data than any other video service.
As the cost of smartphones and mobile data decreases and free Wi-Fi becomes more commonplace, watching video content on mobile devices is finally becoming more affordable. Combine this with Tuluntulu’s free African content offering and unique data management technology, and it is set to become a major player in Africa’s mobile video arena.
The free Tuluntulu app provides access to relevant African content, as well as unique technology to ensure that mobile data consumption when watching video is low – as little as 50 MB per hour for video. 10 hours of TV will use as little 500MB of data. On a monthly mobile data package, this will cost the end user less than R1,50 per hour of TV, while being 100% free on Wi-Fi.
The TV channels include the following genres: Entertainment, News, Education, Documentaries, Movies, Series, Sport, eSports, Fashion, Lifestyle, Children, Comedy, Music, Shopping, Public information, Religion. Tuluntulu also TV Channels and radio stations broadcasting in English, French, German, Hausa, Portuguese, and Kiswahili.
Tuluntulu’s content offering is continually being expanded and now includes unique local content. Recently launched channels, and channels to be launched soon, include:
265 MAX TV which showcases Proudly South African content with a mix of upcoming talent and mainstream entertainment that includes mainstream music, lifestyle, culture and expression which embraces South African fashion, music talk shows, gadget shows, extreme sports, interviews with famous people and local documentaries.
MSSA TV which features games and championships and shares news, views, interviews to keep all updated about championships, clubs, schools, events, and the stars who play eSports. Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) is the official National Federation for various mind sports in South Africa. MSSA owns all Regional, Provincial, and National Championships for the various games for which it is the custodian.
Mpuma Africa TV which features urban youth Christain content. Translated from Xhosa reads “COMING FROM AFRICA”, “MPUMA” is also the cardinal direction of the sunrise “EAST” Mpuma Africa TV is all about family entertainment, proclaiming and establishing the culture of Jesus Christ Kingdom here on earth as it is in heaven.
Eyam Nawe TV is a platform for South African talent to showcase their movies, lifestyle, reality and cultural programmes. It features some of the top entertainment from South Africa.
Mindset TV provides learners with high-quality video lessons and supporting lesson notes. All the lessons are CAPS aligned and cover key aspects of the curriculum, providing overviews and summaries of difficult and important sections. During exam time, special support exam revision programmes are broadcast, which focuses on working through past exam papers. We summarize all the key content, work through selected past paper questions and unpack the ins and outs of exam readiness.
The Tuluntulu app is already popular across Africa and has been downloaded more than 495,000 times in 154 countries, the most popular being South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, and Kenya. The cumulative usage numbers since launch include over 16,6 million screen views from more than 3,3 million sessions.
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