Following its entry into the Maldives, iflix has set foot in Pakistan. The undisputed leading internet TV service for emerging markets, brings unlimited access to tens of thousands of hours of content, with no commitment and no credit card needed.
Like in other markets, Pakistanis will be able to sign up for a 30-day free trial via http://www.iflix.com/. Subsequent paid access is at an affordable PKR300. Annual subscriptions are offered at a 20% discount off the monthly rate, which translates to PKR2880 per year.
Each iflix subscription brings unlimited access to thousands of exclusive shows, award-winning TV series, movies, popular local and regional content, children’s programs and more.
You can use iflix on up to five devices, including phones, tablets, notebooks, desktops, TVs and other devices.
You can also download and watch titles offline too, a nifty feature for periods when you don’t have an active internet connection. Like on a flight.
Share iflix with family and friends, and watch on two different devices simultaneously.
As you know iflix offers an extensive library of content, thanks its partnerships with over 160 studios and distributors. From every episode of Friends, Gossip Girl to nine seasons of Big Bang Theory and current hits The Flash, Arrow, Gotham and more.
There’s multi-Emmy winning US phenomena Mr. Robot, and this year’s smash hit The Magicians.
Kids aren’t left out either, there’s plenty to keep them occupied – Yo Gabba Gabba, Dora the Explorer, Spongebob Squarepants.
Fans of horror will scream at critically-acclaimed series Channel Zero: Candle Cove while sci-fi lovers have Aftermath. Both first run series are available for the first time in Pakistan.
There’s no shortage of local content either. Popular and award-winning local dramas like Mann Mayal, Bin Roye, Udaari, Zara Yaad Kar and more, are made possible via a multi-year content licensing deal with leading entertainment drama channel, Hum TV.
Iflix continues its expansion into key emerging markets, which now includes Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Brunei, the Maldives and now Pakistan.