iflix launches in Morocco

Leading telecommunication provider Inwi has signed a partnership with iflix to launch the OTT service
Ihsane Moutaib, GM of iflix Morocco
Ihsane Moutaib, GM of iflix Morocco

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iflix has entered into a partnership with telco leader Inwi to launch its platform in Morocco. The growing OTT entertainment service has added Morocco to the list of countries it offers its platform in the MENA region. iflix is offering a one month free trial to help popularise the service in Morocco.

In addition, the partnership with iflix will offer subscribers to the ‘Club Inwi’ privilege service exclusive access to a 6-months no holds barred iflix subscription. This includes 24/7 access to iflix’s entire library and connectivity upto 5 devices for users.

“The goal at iflix is to empower an ever-growing and ever-connected population with ad free, quality entertainment which they desire”, says Ihsane Moutaib, GM of iflix Morocco.

Iflix said it will also be localising local/regional productions, dubbing, and subtitling movies and TV series for Moroccan users.

“Many more programs are actually being adapted to Morocco, in addition to our local Moroccan content acquisition strategy”, added Ihsane Moutaib.

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