Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) customers can expect to enjoy a wide variety of award-winning original TV series, movies, documentaries and more with the upcoming TM and Netflix collaboration.
The No.1 Converged Communications Services Provider has announced in a press release today that it will be offering an easy access to Netflix for its customers by October 2017.
Netflix is an American entertainment company and the world’s leading internet television network which offers a wide variety of critically-acclaimed Netflix original TV shows, movies, documentaries and more.
Those who subscribe to the telecommunications giant’s service will automatically become Netflix members and get to enjoy unlimited viewing of content including award-winning series such as House of Cards, The Crown and Stranger Things.
Jeremy Kung, TM executive vice president, New Media, said, “Our latest collaboration with Netflix is a testament to our commitment towards becoming Malaysia’s content aggregator champion where Malaysians will have easier access to Netflix’s award winning content at their convenience.
“Furthermore, with high-speed internet access powered by UniFi coupled with unlimited data mobility with TM’s mobility service provider, webe, our customers can fulfill the crave for their favourite movies or shows from Netflix on multiple devices at their own convenience.
“This is in line with TM’s convergence aspiration and our vision of “Making Life and Business Easier, for a Better Malaysia.”
Netflix finally arrived in Malaysia in January 2016 but before that, Malaysians had to rely on Astro and HyppTV to catch up with their TV series.
“Through this collaboration with TM, we can now reach out to even more Malaysians who want to watch their favourite shows on Netflix anytime, anywhere, on a big screen, on their mobile device or on any internet-connected device of their choice,” said Tony Zameczkowski, vice president, business development, Netflix Asia.
Currently, Netflix subscription in Malaysia costs RM33 for basic, RM42 for standard and RM51 for premium.