Icflix eyes growth in Kuwait

Icflix has signed a partnership with Kuwait-based telecom operator Viva
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Icflix has signed a partnership with Kuwait-based telecom operator Viva.

Both Prepaid and postpaid Viva Kuwait customers will be able to access Icflix’s library of content for a monthly fee of KD 2.4. ($7.87) This will also include a one-month free trial or a weekly plan of KD 0.7.

“We are glad to be partnering with Kuwait’s fastest-growing and most developed telecom operator, Viva, who will ensure their customers receive the best of Icflix content with ease and uncompromising quality whether it’s at home or on the go on their smart phones or tablets,” said Amine Lalami, chief commercial officer, Icflix.

Viva Kuwait customers will be able to enjoy original Icflix productions, from Arabia’s first teen female superhero animated series, Dunia, to the latest popular Jazwood TV series and Award-winning movies including L’Orchestre De Minuit, Fatima and I Am Najoom: Aged 10 and Divorced alongside hit Hollywood movies such as The Last Days on Mars, American Hustle and The Prince.

“This partnership with Icflix, preeminent internet streaming provider in the region, reaffirms our continued commitment with our customers to keep them up-to-date with the latest in media and technology and to meet their expectations and aspirations,” said Viva’s corporate communications director, Abdulrazzaq Al-Essa.

 

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