The video-on-demand platform for Western and Asian dramas – iflix has announced that it goes live in Ghana, offering Ghana its world-class entertainment service. The platform provides the entertainment services through partnerships with more than 150 studios and global content distributors including Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Disney, Warner Bros, Paramount, NBC Universal, Fox, CBS, BBC, Sony Pictures and Discovery.
Speaking on the announcement, iflix’s Ghana Country Manager, Abner Briandt, said: “We are proud to announce that iflix is live in Ghana to offer Ghanaians world-class entertainment on the go. What is the iflix advantage? The most diversified SVOD content portfolio in Africa, a good mix of Hollywood, Ghallywood and Nollywood movies and TV shows plus a dedicated kids section, download and watch later feature, pause or rewind, watch on your phone, tablet, laptop, desktop or TV. The list goes on and on and you get all this at a very affordable price. So, people get ready, iflix is primed to revolutionize the way Ghanaians consume entertainment.”
He noted, “iflix’s subscribers can look forward to an extensive library of fan-favorite Ghanaian dramas and variety shows, such as African Tales-Bleeding Heart, Wo Taa Ta Me, Bitter Chocolate, Rainstorm, Almighty, Beyond the Cottage, Silent Moment and Jupiter Rising. Additionally, its members in Kenya can enjoy many hugely popular Korean Dramas series including Goblin and Legend of the Blue Sea, along with regional hit series such as Jenifa’s Diary, High Rollers and Maseko Ties and many more.”
According to iflix Ghana, one month of unlimited access to iflix TV shows and movies costs at GHc10.75 and annual subscriptions will get discount of more than 33% off the monthly price, costs at GHc86 per year.
The iflix service is currently available in several Asian and the Middle East countries, including Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Brunei, the Maldives, Pakistan, Vietnam, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Lebanon, Egypt, Sudan, Cambodia, Nigeria, Kenya and now in Ghana.