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Kenyan Safaricom Subscribers to use free iflix for two months

Mark Britt, Safaricom, iflix, Kenya

iflix is a video-on-demand company that has more than 220 global studio and distributor partnership. The startup’s strategy to reach more Kenyans will now allow Safaricom users who register from March 19, 2018, to enjoy free services for 60 days. Therefore, all who use Safaricom internet can wait and utilize the upcoming opportunity to use free internet tv.

Mark Britt, iflix’s co-founder and group chief executive officer said that he is thrilled by the new partnership between Safaricom and iflix. Sylvia Mulinge, Safaricom’s director for consumer business also said that iflix will continue to provide world-class and localized services for its clients. Moreover, the platform allows one to stream or download the videos on any device that can access the internet.

Currently, iflix is available in 25 countries globally including Ghana, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, and Sudan. Iflix spearheads entertainment revolution in emerging markets hence making it unique. The startup also supports innovation and exceptional entertainment which Safaricom also backs up.

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