Iflix, a leading ad-free video streaming service that offers subscribers unlimited access to thousands of movies, TV shows, documentaries, cartoons, and more has finally expands its operation into the huge Nigeria’s market. The Internet TV service provider has its presence in South East Asia and over 20 countries. At the media round table held in Lagos yesterday, iflix announced the official launch of its services in Nigeria. Speaking at the event, Iflix country manager, Ngozi Madueke-Dozie took time to explain to journalists on the plans of the company as well as why Iflix is the best. The growth of Iflix in other climes has been phenomenal with just two years of it existence, Iflix is operational in the Middle East and North Africa.
With a team of high profile executives and global like CATCHA Group, iflix is fully on ground to give its competitors a run for their money. According to Ngozi Madueke-Dozie, Iflix understands the Nigerian market perfectly and will be providing contents that are relevant to its subscribers.
Some of the selling points of Iflix, is the quality of its contents offerings as well as its affordability. Also, on the choice of launching it services in Nigeria, Ngozi Madueke-Dozie explained further that Nigeria has one of the highest internet penetration rates in Africa and that makes is easy. Speaking about the cost and affordability of its services, Ngozi Madueke-Dozie added that with you can watch 20 minutes of video content with 33MB of data which impliesthat you could watch whole movie series with just less than 1gig of data.
Iflix is currently in Partnership with over 200 studios and distributors and that makes it possible to be able to have access to a wide range of international and local films and TV series like: cartoons, Nigerian drama and films to Korean and Hollywood TV, iflix boasts of a wide range of offerings.
When you Subscribe to iflix, you automatically have unlimited access to content on the platform and ability to stream on up to 5 devices at once; mobile phones, laptop, tablet and or television. Iflix currently has over five million subcribers and five billion minutes streamed since launch.
You can download the iflix mobile application on Google Play and Apple App stores and users can sign up for a one-month free trial. After the trial, monthly subscription costs ₦799 and an annual subscription costs ₦6,392, which translates to a 33% discount off the monthly rate.