Streaming service iflix launched in Bangladesh

Cultural Correspondent | Published: 00:05, Nov 07,2017

 
 

Guests and organisers pose for a photo at the launching programme.

On-demand entertainment streaming service iflix launched its operations in Bangladesh on Sunday through a launching ceremony at Hotel Westin in the capital.
In partnership with telecom operator Robi, the on-demand entertainment streaming provider, which is popular in many countries in Asia and Africa, will cater its vast library of shows, TV series, movies, local and regional content and children’s programmes to viewers.
Viewers will have one-month free access to iflix streaming. They can sign up for the free access to iflix at www.iflix.com, or can download the app on their smart phones. Robi and Airtel customers will get three-month unlimited access to the service too, shared iflix Bangladesh country manager, Imrul Karim.
After the one-month free trial, viewers have to go for monthly or yearly retail subscriptions. For one month of unlimited access to iflix in Bangladesh, one has to pay Tk 300, while the subscription fee for a year is Tk 3000.
For each subscription, the viewer will be able to have access to iflix on up to 5 devices including phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, TVs and other connected devices; as well as the ability to watch shows simultaneously on two different devices at the same time.
‘We are excited to make our service available in Bangladesh, in partnership with Robi. With the largest library of top international, regional and local TV shows and movies available to enjoy on any device, iflix now offers consumers across Bangladesh and Robi subscribers quality entertainment entirely on their terms’, said iflix head of Asia Jonas Engwall at the launching programme.
The programme was also attended by Robi chief of corporate and people officer Matiul Islam Nowshad and others. 

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