iflix set to change the Malaysian pay-TV landscape, 11,000 hours for RM10

KUALA LUMPUR: iflix, the newly-launched Internet television service in Malaysia, is set to change the local pay-TV landscape, offering over 11,000 hours of programmes accessible for only RM10 a month, or RM96, a year.

iflix Malaysia chief executive officer Azran Osman-Rani said it was timely that such service be introduced here, given the higher smartphone ownership, increasing Internet access, improving bandwidth speed and growing disposable income.

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