iflix now in a deal with Celcom as well
By Digital News Asia March 16, 2016
- 2-mth free trial, then RM9 per month with direct billing
- Just log on or download app, no need to sign up
SOUTH-East Asian Internet TV service iflix continued its telco play by landing a deal with Celcom Axiata Bhd, which would allow the Malaysian operator to offer iflix content to its more than 12 million customers.
Starting today (March 15), all Celcom subscribers will enjoy two months’ full access to iflix at no additional cost, iflix said in a statement.
Following the two-month free trial, customers can continue to enjoy iflix at a special rate of RM9 per month with auto renewal, charged directly to their postpaid or prepaid Celcom account through integrated mobile carrier billing. [RM1 = US$0.24]
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iflix has sealed similar deals with Digi Telecommunications and Telekom Malaysia.
“With our seamless sign-up process, Celcom subscribers will be able to enjoy uninterrupted and unlimited access to thousands of their favourite TV shows, movies and more on iflix,” said Azran Osman-Rani, chief operating officer of iflix Group and chief executive officer of iflix Malaysia.
To access iflix, Celcom customers can simply log on to iflix.com or download the iflix app, with no need to sign up.
“iflix is one of a kind – it can be enjoyed on multiple devices at anytime and anywhere, and it screams value for money,” said Celcom chief sales and marketing officer Zalman Aefendy Zainal Abidin.
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