It announced the Kuala Lumpur-based Internet TV brand Iflix to launch its services in Pakistan,
“sooner than you think,” which offers a free subscription to new users for a period of one month’s time.
Six months ago, the online streaming service launched in Pakistan glimpsed and
now they seem almost to start their services here are ready.
According iflix’s, the company has cooperated with more than 150 studios and
content distributors including globally Paramount, Fox, CBS, Warner Bros. and Disney.
They are keen to expand its presence in developed countries as well as developing countries.
And we know the company itself,
“Imagine being able to access a huge collection crazy from your favorite shows, thousands of TV shows,
movies and more from all over the world. Shows from Hollywood, Hong Kong, Seoul, Shanghai, and Thailand,
and Tokyo. Imagine being able to watch it whenever you want,
wherever you want, 24/7 on your mobile phone, tablet computer and TV. and all for the price you can not resist. ”
Recently he said in an interview on stage with editorial content Asia director Jeannine Stein, Mark Brett,
co-founder and CEO of the company Iflix audience that his company model has dramatically shifted since its launch two years ago.
He said: “We believe that a euphemism for Iflix not Netflix, Spotify it.”
Iflix allows up to five devices to have access to participate, including phones, tablets and desktop and laptop computers and televisions.
The company also provides an advantage to participate in the IPO.
Members can watch different programs on two different devices at one time with each subscription.
All you have to do is head on their official website and register for free access.
They are not currently open here yet, but soon will be available in the local market.
We will update this post with respect to participation in the plans as soon as they go straight.
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