Last year Netflix lunched in Nigeria, which give people the option of unlimited streaming of any movie of choice. This year, there’s another option for Nigerians as iFlix just launched in 23 African countries, including Nigeria. Which will now be alternative to Netflix and direct competitor to iROKOtv.
Iflix a subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) service was launched in Malaysia and the Philippines in 2015 and has since expanded its service through 22 markets around Asia, Middle East and Africa.
Ifix Nigeria hopes to position it self as the leading provider SVoD with relevant and quality content at a affordable price.
Ifix also understand the data situation in the country, thus they made they content data effective. Hence you can watch 20 minutes HD video with just around 33mb.
iflix Importants Features Includes;
1. Unlimited access to iflix’s vast library of thousands of first-run exclusive shows, award-winning TV series, blockbuster movies, popular local and regional content, children’s programs and much more;
2. Access to iflix on up to 5 devices at once, including phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, TVs and other connected devices;
3. The ability to download TV shows and movies to any phone, tablet or mobile device to binge-watch offline, when not connected to the Internet;
4. The ability to share their iflix subscription with family or friends and watch shows on two different devices at the same time.
How Much is Subscription?
- For the first 1 Month is free without credit card required.
- Monthly Subscription is N799
- Annual Subscription is N6,392
Where can I download the app?
You can download the app from Google playstore and for iOS users, download the app from Apple store and if you are using PC you can watch directly from their official site.
Final note, Ifix really knows what their are doing and have chance to dominate video other streaming services, with there features, and most importantly data efficient streaming service and cheap subscription.
But nevertheless good,reliable and stable internet connection is still a major problem in Nigeria.
So what do think about Ifix?