iflix in another Indonesian pact, this time with Indosat Ooredoo
By Digital News Asia April 29, 2016
- For select premium mobile and fibre broadband customers
- They will iflix services bundled with their existing subscriptions
KUALA Lumpur-headquartered regional Internet TV service iflix said it has formed a partnership with Indosat Ooredoo, one of Indonesia’s largest telecommunications services and network providers.
The announcement comes just a week after iflix announced an alliance with PT Telkom Indonesia, and ahead of the launch of its services in the republic.
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“We are delighted to have been chosen by Indosat Ooredoo as part of its ongoing commitment to offer the best and most extensive offering of international, regional and local entertainment content available to their customers in the most flexible and seamless manner,” said iflix Indonesia head Cam Walker (pic above).
Under the collaboration, select Indosat Ooredoo premium mobile and fibre broadband customers will receive iflix services, seamlessly bundled with their existing subscriptions, sponsored by Indosat Ooredoo.
To activate iflix, eligible subscribers simply register at iflix.com or download the iflix app, and they will immediately be able to enjoy unlimited movies or shows on the go on the device of their choice – TV, phone, laptop, desktop or tablet, iflix said in a statement.
In addition, Indosat Ooredoo customers will also be able to download their favourite shows to their mobile phone or tablet to enjoy even when they aren’t connected to the Internet, the company added.
“The partnership with iflix marks another important milestone on our journey to become Indonesia”s leading digital telco,” said Indosat Ooredoo chief marketing officer Dr Andreas Gregori.
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