iflix Africa, the regional arm of the Malaysian headquartered entertainment service for emerging markets, has announced a partnership with Kenya’s Safaricom, to give its customers up to 60 days of unlimited access to iflix’s service which features thousands of the world’s best TV shows, movies and more on every device they own.
“iflix has done an exceptional job in spearheading the entertainment revolution in emerging markets globally. What distinguishes iflix is its constant innovation and commitment to offering its customers an exceptional and entertaining digital experience, which is at the heart of what Safaricom stands for. We believe this partnership will go a long way in meeting the entertainment needs of our customers.” says Sylvia Mulinge, Safaricom’s Director for Consumer Business.
Customers who register on iflix in the next few weeks, on 19th March 2018, will enjoy the maximum 60-day entitlement of over 220 studio and distributor partnerships worldwide, featuring critically-acclaimed TV series and fan-favourite films including The Big Bang Theory, Suits, The Flash, Arrow, Hercules and Mission Impossible.
Wile iflix offers Nollywood titles as Head Gone, Jenifa’s Diary, The Visit, Bukas and Joints, there are also local productions on the platform which include Mchungaji, Beneath the lies, Keep Moving, Dear Mother, For the love of her Son, Inner Beauty, Blood Ties.
iflix co-founder and Group CEO, Mark Britt said: “Today is an important milestone for iflix. We are thrilled to make our world-class service available in Kenya and partner with Safaricom, one of the country’s leading communications services provider for our launch. iflix is passionate about local consumers in Kenya.”
iflix Head of East Africa, Paul Coogan added: “We are incredibly excited to bring iflix’s world-class service to Kenya. With the largest selection of the best TV shows and movies from all over the world, iflix is primed to revolutionise the way we as Kenyans consume entertainment.”
iflix is currently available to consumers in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Brunei, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Myanmar, Vietnam, the Maldives, Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt, Sudan and Cambodia, Nepal, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh.