5 ways ShowMax makes your life easier as a parent

2016-10-25 07:39

Cape Town – Being a parent can be a tough job especially when it comes to keeping the kids entertained. 

Have no fear! Video-on-demand service ShowMax is there to make life a bit easier. 

Here are 5 ways ShowMax will help parents out:

1. It's a good way to introduce shows that you grew up with

Ten to one you'll be watching with your little one. ShowMax has a wide variety of shows on offer that you watched as a kid. Introduce them to classics like: Liewe Heksie, Brakanjan, and Lassie to name a few.

2. Caters for every age

ShowMax has a wide variety of programmes to suit every age. With over 30 titles there's something for the toddler, tween and teenager. There are also Afrikaans and Tswana shows on offer. Check out the full catalogue here

3. Kid friendly profiles

There's no chance of your kids watching something that is not age-suitable. With one account you can create multiple user profiles and limit access to shows that are not age appropriate. Profiles can be PIN code protected, and the watch list and recently watched summaries from one profile are not visible to other profiles. Four different age settings are available: younger kids, older kids, teens, and adults.  And it's very easy to set up. Read more here

4. It's affordable

For only R99 its value for money. You don’t have to make a big commitment by signing a contract you can decide to renew it every month. If you don't have a credit card you can buy prepaid vouchers from retailers such as Pick n Pay and Game, buy online with FNB eBucks, or add your bill to your Telkom or DStv account. The first 7 days are free! Sign up here to try it out. 

5. Mommy/daddy me time

If you love series but never get time to watch them this is perfect for you too. You can catch up on shows and binge when the kids are sleeping especially those ones not suitable for little eyes and ears.  There are also a variety of movies, lifestyle shows and documentaries. 

Find out more and sign up for a free trial at www.showmax.com

*This article is sponsored. Channel24 is part of Media24, a subsidiary of Naspers.

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