Icflix signs deal with Orange Tunisie

Icflix offering will include acclaimed Tunisian movies
Amine Lalami, chief commercial officer, Icflix.
Amine Lalami, chief commercial officer, Icflix.

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Icflix has formed a partnership with Orange Tunisie, a subsidiary of the Orange Group.

Launching this month, Icflix will offer Orange Tunisie customers the ability to subscribe to Icflix and instantly watch the largest selection of Jazwood (Arabic) movies and TV shows available online alongside Hollywood and Bollywood content.

Orange Tunisie prepaid and hybrid customers will be able to enjoy more than 20,000+ hours of Icflix content for a monthly, weekly or daily subscription plans. A limited promotional offer for new customers who subscribe to Icflix’s monthly premium subscription will receive two months of Icflix streaming service free of charge.

“Orange Tunisie customers will have the freedom to watch what they want and when they want on up to five devices, and we will ensure their customers receive the best of Icflix content with ease and uncompromising quality. Subtitles and alternate audio options are also available to make sure the content is accessible for French, and Arabic speakers,” said Amine Lalami, chief commercial officer, Icflix.

The Icflix offering will include the critically acclaimed Tunisian movies El Ziara, The Last Mirage and Borders of Heaven alongside Award-winners such as The Giver, St. Vincent and The Rover. Additionally younger viewers will find a wide selection of programming for kids including the original cartoon series, Dunia.

“Our partnership with Icflix is a valuable step forward aiming to enrich our content offer and make our customers benefit from a major sVOD service in the MENA region,” said Anis Gouesmi, VAS Manager, Orange Tunisia.

Icflix provides many titles available in high-definition and Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 surround sound where available.

 

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