Iflix continues expansion, now in Nepal

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Everyone’s favourite streaming service in emerging markets, iflix, has now set foot in the serene lands of Nepal. The company announced an exclusive partnership with Ncell Pvt Ltd. (“Ncell”), giving Ncell customers up to three months unlimited access to the service (worth NPR900/MYR37) for free.

Non-Ncell customers can enjoy the streaming service as well, by signing up for a one-month free trial at www.iflix.com, or downloading the app to their phone or tablet from Google Play or the Apple App Store. No credit card is required, and certainly no obligations.

An iflix subscription with give customers 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 as well as children’s programs.

The cool thing is, you can use up to 5 devices including phones, tablets, notebooks, desktop PCs, TVs and other connected devices. And, you can watch shows on two different devices simultaneously.

There’s also the option to “Download and watch offline” so you can catch up with your favourite shows even when you’re not connected to the internet.

Iflix allows you to add TV shows, movies and Channels to your personalised iflix homepage. You can also follow playlists curated by hundreds of your favourite influencers and celebrities.

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Free unlimited data

Ncell customers stand to enjoy unlimited data to exclusively stream and download shows on iflix, during the three month free access period. This is available from 12.00AM to 5.00AM. Ncell 4G users also get additional two hours of data, between 5.00AM and 5.00PM for the same period, at no additional charge.

Ncell currently serves more than 15.75 million Nepalese people.

Iflix offers subscribers the most extensive selection of iconic, critically acclaimed TV series and favourite films, both internationally and locally. This includes hit Hollywood titles like Teen Wolf, Vikings, Rocky Balbao and Fargo, as well as highly anticipated Bollywood hits Piku, Heropanti and Krrish 3.

At launch, many of iflix’s most popular movies and TV shows will be offered with Nepalese substitles. Iflix said it aims to localise the entire catalog in the months to come.

Iflix is currently available to over one billion consumers across 23 territories throughout Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

For more information, visit http://www.iflix.com.

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