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Foxxum Collaborates With Iflix To Enhances Its OTT Service In North Africa

Foxxum TV has announced a new collaboration with the streaming OTT entertainment service iflix.
As part of the agreement, the iflix app will be added on to all Foxxum-enabled devices in North Africa’s key markets as well as in the Middle East, the Philippines Malaysia and Indonesia.

The deal will provide iflix content to millions of connected devices.

This collaboration expands Foxxum TV store’s library of content and services for North African, Asian and Middle Eastern audiences. The flexibility of Foxxum’s design supports iflix content and brand discovery throughout all geographies.

Now available to more than one billion customers throughout Asia, North Africa and the Middle East, iflix has established itself as a frontrunner in video streaming. It offers users a collection of top Hollywood, local and regional TV shows and movies, including many exclusives and award-winning programs, live events and news.

Each iflix subscription allows its users to access the service on a maximum of five devices, including laptop, smartphone, tablet and television sets anywhere and at any time.

Goncalo Carvalho, the iflix Client Partner for Asia, said that Iflix wants to give all users the freedom to enjoy streaming content on any screen of their choice, especially at this critical time when the demand for quality OTT services increases across North Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

Carvalho added that iflix’s partnership with Foxxum would allow for the VOD provider’s seamless integration on Smart TVs to provide an exceptional experience to the consumers.

The CEO at Foxxum, Ronny Lutzi commented that this partnership would strengthen Foxxum’s footprint in the North African region.
He said that Combining Foxxum’s technology and iflix’s premium quality content would allow Foxxum to provide customers and viewers with the most enjoyable watching experience.


Credit: This article originated from www.broadbandtvnews.com





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