iFlix is Now Available in Pakistan for Just Rs. 300 Per Month

The Kuala Lumpur based online streaming service hinted a Pakistan launch back in March. Another teaser with more details was revealed in September. iFlix has now officially launched its services in Pakistan.

About iFlix

The company compares itself to Spotify for movies, dramas and other shows rather than Netflix. iFlix claims to offer shows from all around the world rather than a few limited regions like Netflix, allowing it to differ itself from the latter.

iFlix has partnered with over 150 studios and content distributors across the globe like Paramount, Fox, CBS, Warner Bros and Disney to offer more exclusive content. MGM’s investment in the company and its rapid growth in South Asia also tells how well the company is doing in its targeted markets.

iFlix Pakistan

iFlix has officially launched subscription services for Pakistanis. Anyone can now visit the website and sign up or sign into their accounts to view the content.

According to the webpage, thousands of TV shows, dramas, movies and more from all over the world including US, UK, Australia, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan and more will now be accessible to everyone in Pakistan. The service will also include local dramas and movies in its catalog.

Streaming Features

The streaming service’s users can use as much as five devices to access content on their devices. Subscribers can stream content using smartphones, tablets, desktop PCs, laptops or TV sets.

The company also allows subscribers to share their subscription with others so that two people can stream content on separate devices simultaneously.

Users can even download content to view later and watch stuff offline.

Subscription

iFlix is offering one month of unlimited access without the need of any credit or debit card and sans any obligation to pay later. You will only be asked to pay when your trial is about to end. And if you don’t like it, your account will become inactive after 30 days.

Following your free trial month, you can subscribe to iFlix unlimited access for Rs. 300 per month, about the same as standard cable fee.

You can sign up for iFlix here.

He is the Editor-in-Chief at ProPakistani. Reach out at aadil.s[at]propakistani.pk


  • Can we stream New films and dramas on these type of services like TV? Or they make the drama serials available when it ends on the Original Channel? And what about Live news? Is it a substitute of actual TV or not?

    • No, its a on demand service type
      They donot provide live streaming
      Hence, cannot replace cable TV (

  • Koi banda plz is ki subscription le kr achi achi movies full hd download kr k kisi sharing site ya ftp pe share kr de hm ghareebo k liye or swaab kamaye. Anyone ?

  • A quick look at iflix and to me the content looks better then Netflix. The content seems more relevant for me. Like for e.g. Friends is available, Flash is available, some goods movies are available. Netflix has a lot of content, but minus the Netflix originals, could not find much worth watching. But this is just me..

  • currently we have to wait for a day to download latest episode of any series. can we watch latest episodes on IFLIX live ? if not then i would prefer torrent.

  • AoA. I have been using Netflix for almost a year now and its amazing with literally thousands of titles. It sometimes confuses you, NOT for “what to watch”, but for “what not to watch” tonight :-). I did test iFlix today for the heck of it. It seems pretty good for the price it is being offered at (Rs.300/M as compared to Rs.1000/M for Netflix) but iFlix appears to be in its infancy stage with only few big titles. I spotted Terminator, Blade, Behind Enemy Lines, Rocky etc. But they are only few. Rest is the paraphernalia which might go unnoticed like Robocop (ughhh!!), Miss Congeniality and the biggest flop of all times ‘Sucker Punch’ (ufff). So no comparison of IF and NF (yet) is justified. But the edge iFlix might have here in Pak over NF is that it has a number of Bollywood (Indian) movies as well as Pakistani dramas and might gain some audience. Although Netflix also stream Pakistani dramas, but the big names only such as Hamsafar (Fawad Khan’s big-kick), Zindagi Gulzar Hai, Sadqay Tumharay, Dukhtar etc. and popular Bollywood entries too. For me its not worth it (yet) as I wouldn’t recommend families watching Bollywood movies (an later be ashamed). So for me, Netflix is the winner (yet!!!).

  • Asalam O Alikum
    Any Guy can Explain about payment method in Pakistan for using netflex in pakistani rupees?


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