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Digi customers can now pay for iflix, 60 days free video streaming access now available

iflix, an Internet TV service provider, has partnered with Digi Telecommunication Sdn Bhd to provide direct iflix subscription for Digi customers.

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Digi customers can now charge their iflix subscriptions (RM10/month for monthly subscriptions or RM8/month for annual subscriptions) to their postpaid or prepaid Digi accounts thanks to the integrated mobile carrier billing.

As part of the partnership, Digi customers will also receive free 60-day access to iflix which they can stream on Digi’s high-speed 4G LTE and 3G network (active data plan required). Furthermore, after the 60-day complimentary access, customers who subscribe to an iflix monthly subscription plan will be entitled to an extra 1GB internet data quota to stream iflix on Digi’s network at no extra charge.

iflix subscriptions will entitle users to:

  • Unlimited access to iflix’s vast library of over 10,000 hours of top quality Western, Asian and Local content;
  • Access to iflix on up to 5 devices of their choice, whether smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, connected TV
  • Share an iflix subscription and simultaneously watch different content on two different devices at the same time for each subscription;
  • Subscriptions come with no strings attached, no hidden catches and no contracts.

Having recently announced partnerships with top studios and distributors including Disney, Paramount, Warner Bros, MGM, Fox Studios, BBC, STARZ, and Primeworks, iflix offers subscribers tens of thousands of hours of popular Hollywood, international, Asian language, and local content with new titles being added daily.

It also offers streaming of the latest seasons of smash hit television shows Black Sails, Scorpion, 2 Broke Girls, Continuum, Criminal Minds, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Scandal, Once Upon a Time and Revenge, available on demand.

Less than two months since launching in Malaysia and the Philippines, iflix said that it has activated over 100,000 subscribers streaming over 30 million minutes of content.

Christian Thrane, Digi’s Chief Marketing Officer, said: “As a movie buff that also enjoys my fair share of TV, I am certain that many fans have been crying out for a service like this for a long time. iflix’s high quality, on-demand video streaming can be enjoyed conveniently on any mobile device while on the go, which is great for those looking to take a break from a long day or during their commute. We are excited to partner with iflix to bring this service to all our customers.”

Azran Osman-Rani, iflix Group COO and CEO of iflix Malaysia, commented: “iflix is committed to providing a world class service that allows Malaysians to access the world’s best TV shows and movies whenever, wherever. Our partnership with Digi allows us to further deliver on this commitment by bringing together two companies with a common vision, and a focus on innovative initiatives designed to create awesome experiences for Malaysians on their mobile devices.”

For more details please refer to Digi.

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