By Modupe Gbadeyanka
One of the world’s leading Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) service providers for emerging markets, iflix, has announced its entry into the Nigerian market.
The tech firm said its subscribers would enjoy variety of programmes on its platform aimed for their enjoyment.
Speaking in Lagos yesterday at the launch, Country Manager of Iflix Nigeria, Ms Ngozi Madueke-Dozie, noted that her company offers what other competitors already in the market do not give their subscribers.
“We are different and our customers are assured of getting quality services for their money. We have programmes ranging from sports, entertainment, shows for kids and several others; all below N800 per month,” Ms Madueke-Dozie told newsmen.
She disclosed that consumers can sign up for a one-month free trial via iflix’s website, www.iflix.com or by downloading the app to their phone or tablet from the Google Play or Apple App Store, giving them unlimited access to thousands of the world’s best TV shows, movies and more on every device they own, with no credit card required and no contractual obligations.
Highlighting what each iflix subscription has, Ms Madueke-Dozie said it includes unlimited access to iflix’s vast library of thousands of first-run exclusive shows, award-winning TV series, blockbuster movies, popular local and regional content, children’s programs and much more; and access to iflix on up to 5 devices at once, including phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, TVs and other connected devices.
In addition, subscribers have the ability to download TV shows and movies to any phone, tablet or mobile device to binge-watch offline, when not connected to the Internet; and also share their iflix subscription with family or friends and watch shows on two different devices at the same time.
With over 220 studio and distributor partnerships, iflix offers subscribers the largest selection of iconic, critically acclaimed TV series and fan-favourite films both internationally and locally available in the region.
iflix’s growing library of exclusive, first run series includes supernatural drama Midnight Texas, this year’s smash hits ICE and Ransom, critically acclaimed Humans and top rated docu-series, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, and many more, all available for the first time in Nigeria.
Amongst the hundreds of top shows now available on iflix are Suits, Big Bang Theory, Vikings, Top Gear, hugely popular series Mad Men, Bates Motel, Mr Robot, Fargo, The Flash, Being Mary Jane, Teen Wolf, Medici Masters of Florence, Luther and many more.
Additionally, iflix offers an incredible catalogue of kids content, including Peppa Pig, Dora the Explorer, Spongebob Squarepants, Yo Gabba Gabba and much more.
iflix subscribers can look forward to an extensive library of fan favourite Nigerian dramas and variety shows, such as Jenifa’s Diary, Grey Dawn, Flower Girl, Shuga, Weekend Gataway, Sun City and The Visit. Additionally, iflix members in Nigeria can enjoy some of the most successful Korean Dramas such as Goblin and Legend of the Blue Sea along with Regional hit series such as High Rollers and Maseko Ties amongst others.
With more than five million members and five billion minutes streamed since launch, iflix has established itself as the clear market leader in video streaming. Now available to over one billion consumers across 18 territories throughout Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, and from today in Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria. iflix will continue to roll out its world-class service to key additional emerging markets in the coming months.
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