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Icflix launches streaming in Iraq

icflixMiddle East subscription video-on-demand service Icflix is launching in Iraq through a partnership with the country’s leading mobile telco Asiacell.

Both prepaid and postpaid Asiacell customers will be able to subscribe to the icflix library of content for a monthly fee of 10,000 IQD (US$8.56), a weekly fee of IQD4,000 or a daily subscription for IQD1,200.

Content available will include Arabic female teen superhero animation series Dunia, Arabic series including Al Arrab: Taht Al HazemLayali El Helmya 6 and Al Tawarid and Hollywood movies Lone SurvivorGrace of Monaco and Need for Speed.

“We are glad to have partnered with Asiacell, the leading provider of mobile telecommunications in Iraq who will ensure their subscribers receive the best of ICFLIX content with ease and uncompromising quality,” said Carlos Tibi, founder and CEO, icflix.

Zring Faruk, Asiacell chief commercial officer, said: “This new project and our partnership with a leading company such as icflix reflects our deep interest in modernising the services we use in order to enhance the performance of our company and in turn provide the best entertainment services to our subscribers who deserve the most outstanding services, especially Internet streaming services.”