South East Asia’s leading Internet TV service, iflix, offering subscribers unlimited access to tens of thousands of hours of entertainment for a lowly monthly price has recently announced the company is currently in partnership with Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) to provide iflix’s world-class service to TM home UniFi and Streamyx high speed broadband customers.
Azran Osman-Rani, iflix Group COO and CEO of iflix Malaysia commented: “We are thrilled to partner with TM, Malaysia’s leading telecommunications provider. With our new seamless sign-up process and TM’s extensive nationwide coverage, subscribers can now enjoy uninterrupted and unlimited access to thousands of their favourite TV shows and movies. Our partnership with TM once again demonstrates our commitment to bring the best in entertainment content to Malaysian audiences across the country.”
Commenting on the collaboration, Jeremy Kung, Executive Vice President, New Media, TM, said, “We are continuously improving our content proposition to give the highest quality entertainment to our customers. This partnership with iflix marks our first collaboration with an OTT player and the first in ASEAN for iflix. We remain open to collaborate with more OTT partners to keep up with the demand of younger generations viewing behaviour. We are now able to offer tens of thousands more hours of on-demand TV shows and movies to our customers via iflix, complementing our IPTV service – HyppTV offering. This is a win-win situation for both parties and their customers and for us, is in line with our brand promise of Life Made Easier.”
The collaboration allows current customers to have access to tens of thousands of hours of TV shows and movies available on iflix whenever and wherever, at no additional cost. From mid-December, TM UniFi and Streamyx customers are getting a 12-month iflix subscription bundled together with their current internet package. TM customers simply have to open iflix.com or its app and the iflix system will automatically detect whether the user is on UniFi or Streamyx and enable iflix to be used on that device.