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With Airtel TV App You Can Now Catch Up On All Past Power Seasons From 1 To 5

The recently launched Airtel TV added the complete past seasons of the Power TV series to its available media. Using the streaming services, fans can relive all the past actions while new viewers can catch up by binge-watching it.


Airtel had launched its internet streaming service in Nigeria on 6th January 2020. The telecommunications giants also started providing the service in Uganda by 13th February 2020. In its recent move to boost its media offering, it added the widely watched TV series, Power, to its portfolio.


Making the announcement via its Twitter account, the company had posted:



Power is an American crime drama television series created and produced by Courtney A. Kemp in collaboration with Curtis Jackson popularly known as 50 Cent. The series is currently in its sixth season.

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While Airtel TV seems to have not purchased the right to show Power’s current season that is in its 15th episode, the past episodes are also good additions. The series has five awards from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).


Airtel TV is catching lots of people’s attention as it offers an alternative to subscription TV that is common. This is also evident in the markets it targets. While it says on its website that it exists in about 15 regions, we only know it is in India, Nigeria and Uganda.


Its limited content may not get it much traffic but as users only need an AIrtel data plan to use it, people may consider settling for it. If you want to know how to use the Airtel TV app, read the article below:

See How To Use The Airtel TV That Recently Launched In Nigeria

It is likely that the app may soon start giving popular streaming services a run for their money.


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Onwuasoanya Obinna

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