Icflix and PTCL strengthen partnership

Collaboration is to provide Pakistani consumers with high quality streaming content
Adnan Shahid
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Icflix is reinforcing its position in Pakistan and further strengthening its partnership with telecom operator, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL).

PTCL customers will be able to enjoy high-quality entertainment of Icflix content on PTCL Smart TV, which is available in 150 major cities across Pakistan.

PTCL’s Smart TV is the first IPTV service introduced in Pakistan. Over the years, it has grown to provide customers with 100+ live TV channels as well as large content library of movies, TV shows and kid’s programmes on set-top boxes, and through android and iOS app.

PTCL’s Smart TV Mobile Application was nominated for the GSMA Global Mobile Awards (GLOMO) 2016 in the Best Mobile App (Media, Film, TV or Video) category.

“We are excited at strengthening our partnership further with PTCL and look forward to provide high-quality movies and TV shows to Pakistani consumers,” said Amine Lalami, chief commercial officer, Icflix.

Chief commercial officer, PTCL, Adnan Shahid, added: “We are excited with our Icflix partnership. Digital entertainment is PTCL’s key priority and our partnership with Icflix is another step in this direction. We look forward to working with Icflix to offer world class content to our customers in Pakistan.”

 

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