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An official launch was held at SALA on Monday, August 17 - iflix, Southeast Asia’s leading internet TV service, has entered into a landmark content partnership with GMA to offer local catch up TV - one of the first of its kind in the region. 

iFlix has low monthly subscription rate of 129 Pesos. So if you were not able to watch your favorite TV series, do not worry because you can make it up and watch it on iflix. 

Joel Jimenez, Director of RGMA Network,
Inc., GMA New Media, Inc., Scenarios, Inc.,
and GMA Worldwide, Inc. and
Sherwin Dela Cruz, Country Manager of iflix Philippines


Offering subscribers unlimited access to tens of thousands of hours of entertainment for a low monthly price, today announced it has entered into a landmark partnership with GMA to bring subscribers an extraordinary library of Philippine TV programs, documentaries and feature films. 

The partnership brings to subscribers an extraordinary library of Philippine TV programs, documentaries and feature films. 

“Our partnership with GMA is key in our commitment to providing our members with the best in local and international entertainment. The addition of GMA content is a testament to that promise in delivering the best in Philippine content to our members across the Southeast Asian region.”

shares Sherwin dela Cruz, Country Manager  for iflix Philippines.

The partnership introduces popular GMA 7 TV shows such as My Husband’s Lover, Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real, and Amaya, along with GMA News documentaries to iflix’s extensive library of top movie and television content. 

Notable feature films from the network include all-time classics such as Jose Rizal and Muro Ami, along with more recent titles such as Sossy Problems and The Road. 


The groundbreaking collaboration with GMA will also allow iflix to offer subscribers Catch up TV, and is one of the first of its kind in the region. 

With this offer, subscribers will soon be able to view new episodes on iflix seven (7) days after initial local airing. 

Having recently launched in Malaysia and the Philippines, iflix will roll out its world class service to additional key 
Southeast Asian markets, including Thailand and Indonesia throughout 2015, offering consumers the largest libraries of top U.S., Asian regional, and local TV shows and movies available in the region. 

Each subscription allows users to access the service on five devices such as mobile, tablet, computer, or television set, for viewing anywhere, anytime.

Sherwin Dela Cruz, Country Manager of iflix Philippines

Joel Jimenez, Director of RGMA Network, Inc., GMA New Media, Inc., Scenarios, Inc., and GMA Worldwide, Inc.


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