Being the first telco partnership of sorts for iflix, the collaboration will see Digi users benefit with attractive packages and first time user freebies. Poised as Southeast Asia’s leader in providing an online TV service, iflix’s inventory ranges from TV shows to movies.
Part of this strategic agreement attempts to ease payment channels – now integrating iflix subscriptions (RM 10/month or RM8/month for an annual subscription) to the existing Digi postpaid/prepaid bills through its mobile carrier billing. They’ll even throw in the aforementioned 60 days worry-free access to the service, thanks to Digi.
Together with this collaboration, Digi has felt that all this iflix content consumption there will be tendencies that you’ll hit your internet quota – as such, the telco has thrown in 1GB of internet data for free; given that you’re subscribed to iflix (this promotion lasts until the 31st of March, 2016).
Available in other SEA countries like Thailand and Philippines, iflix wants to position itself in a way that lets its users fully utilise its huge library of content that ranges from American, Asian regional and local productions as well. The content talked about earlier can be viewed across all platforms: e.g. smart phone, tablet, computer or even your smart TV.
Fortunately, if you aren’t on Digi you can still sign-up and receive a 30-day free trial to test out iflix on your devices. Head on over here to get yourself an iflix account.