If there’s one thing Malaysians love as much telling other people that Malaysia has great food, it’s football. This sport where a bunch of people chase a ball around a green field and occasionally kick it past someone into a net has something magical that just draws us to it.
If you’re one of the many die-hard football fans in Malaysia, today I shall be the bearer of good news because soon you’ll be able to watch live matches pretty much anywhere you have an internet connection thanks to iflix.
Remember when Disney announced that they were pulling their content from Netflix? The silver lining there was that it doesn’t really affect us in Malaysia, but there’s even more good news and that’s because Disney’s content is now available on iflix.
Huzzah! iflix finally has its own standalone TV app so you have access to all of iflix’s content without the need to plug in a Chromecast anymore. There is a catch, though.
What’s better than awesome on-demand streaming content? On-demand streaming content in HD. If you’re a fan of iflix, you will be happy to know that the company is rolling out HD streaming.
In conjunction with #MYCYBERSALE 2016, iflix is offering their best offer yet with a Buy 1 Year Get 1 Extra promo. That’s only RM4/month for unlimited TV shows and movies.
If you’ve ever been curious about what your favourite celebrities are watching on iflix, you won’t have to for much longer. The streaming service launched their latest feature today — Playlists — which lets popular artists create personal playlists for their fans to follow.
If you love videos, U Mobile is now offering unlimited free video streaming with Video-Onz. This means you can enjoy watching videos on the go including YouTube and iflix non-stop without worrying about consuming your monthly data quota.
Maxis has just added two new services to their list of available video-on-demand library, bringing the total offerings to four. Earlier this month they had announced that they had iflix and Viu on board, now they have ErosNow and Hopster in their library.
Maxis has finally jumped on the iflix bandwagon and they are offering 2 months free subscription for both postpaid and Hotlink prepaid customers. If you love Korean series, they are also offering Viu, a video on demand service that lets you watch TV shows 8 hours after its original broadcast in South Korea.