Filipino celebs like siblings Richard, Raymond, and Ruffa Gutierrez, Karylle Tatlonghari-Yuzon, Iza Calzado, JM Rodriguez, and Jasmine Curtis-Smith made a wise decision of putting their money where it matters most to them.
These Pinoy showbiz personalities just become the Celebrity Investors or shareholders of iflix, Southeast Asia‘s leading movie and TV on-demand mobile application with 10,000 movie hours to its sleeves.
Patrick Grove, COO and Co-founder of iflix Group, welcomed Raymond, Ruffa, Iza, Karylle, JM, and Jasmine and introduced them as the new investors during the iflix event at Peninsula Manila hosted by Issa Litton last November 16, which follows a succession of landmark collaborations with industry leaders such as Philippine Long Distance telephone Company (PLDT), Smart Communications, and Samsung Philippines.
It’s not a surprise for these celebrities to bank on where the money is, by investing to iflix. As partners of the business, the Gutierrezes, Calzado, Ttalonghari-Yuzon, Rodriguez, and Curtis-Smith will play key roles in jointly developing projects for iflix original productions,a s the company moves forward with its plans for original content with committed budgets and negotiations with independent local producers and studios.
Jasmine, who stars in a number of films and TV series featured on the service (such as the thriller Jasmine), says, “iflix is an extraordinary opportunity to be part of a revolutionary change in the way the people of Southeast Asia are entertained. I am proud to be part of iflix and I cannot wait to share my excitement with everyone.”
Currently, iflix offers Filipino and US contents as well as Thai, Korean, and Malaysian movies and TV series. iflix will continue to roll out its world-class service to additional key Southeast Asian markets in coming months. With over 750,000 subscribers five months since its launch, iflix offers consumers the largest library of top Asian regional, and local TV shows and movies available in the region. Each subscription allows users to access the service on uo to five devices, including mobiles, tablets, computers, and television sets, for viewing whenever, wherever. The service is affordably priced at only PhP 129 per month in the Philippines for unlimited access.
For new subscribers, iflix offers a complimentary 30-day trial with full access to iflix’s world-class service, features, and content, with no credit card or payment details required. Just go to www.iflix.com to register.
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