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iflix, the world’s leading provider of Internet TV service for emerging markets, has just been awarded as 2016 Video on Demand Company of the year for Asia Pacific by the world’s leading firm in research and growth consulting, Frost and Sullivan!

Winners of this award have exhibited exemplary growth and performance, and were evaluated based on Leadership in Customer Value, Leadership in Market Penetration and Degree of Innovation in Products and Technologies.

Within its first 6 months of service, iflix was able to acquire more than a million subscribers and is still on a roll in building its presence in the region. The company provides low bandwidth streaming, offline viewing, and easy payment options, which leads to excellent customer experience across multiple platforms (Mobile, Tablets, PC, TV).

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iflix offer its subscribers a vast library of relevant content, including first run exclusives, award winning movies and tv shows, and the best in international, local, and regional programs, thanks to partnerships with world-renowned studios, production houses, and distributors such as Fox, BBC, Warner Bros., Disney, MGM, Paramount Pictures and many more.

We recognize that iflix’s receipt of this award is the result of many individuals (employees, customers, and investors) making daily choices to believe in the organization and contribute in a meaningful way to its future. – Andrew Milroy, Frost & Sullivan’s Senior Vice President

Iflix is available in Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Brunei, the Maldives, and Pakistan, and will continue to expand across other regions in the coming months. If offers a users a vast library of Movies, TV Shows, Anime, First Run Exclusives, and award winning programs.

New subscribers can also enjoy a 1 month free trial with full access to services, features, and content. To register, you may visit www.iflix.com

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.