The deal gives Orange Egypt customers access to six months’ of access to the SVOD service, which features some 6,500 hours of content – including Hollywood movies and some TV shows that appear on the service on the same day as their US debut.
“The strategic partnership will offer Orange customers a value-for-money experience, allowing them to binge-watch TV series or stream their favourite movies on their smart phones, big screens and many other devices,” said Starz Play CEO, Maaz Sheikh.
“This will give customers the chance to watch day-and-date series such as Ray Donovan and Survivors’ Remorse and popular box sets such as The Walking Dead, The Flash and Friends – plus a wide range of kids content such as PAW Patrol, Phineas And Ferb and Shimmer and Shine.”
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