Ooredoo Kuwait and Vuclip launch video on demand service

Partnership aims to bring mobile video to the larger community
Ooredoo Kuwait and Vuclip launch video on demand s


Vuclip has partnered with Ooredoo Kuwait to provide a premium mobile video on demand service for an attractive market launch price of just 200 fils per day.

The partnership aimed to bring mobile video to the larger community, allowing customers across Kuwait access to thousands of premium international and local content videos, stated the company.

The Video Store is designed to offer customers a personalized selection of popular content in a variety of languages including Arabic, Hindi, English, Tagalog, Bengali and more to cater to both local and expat audiences. In addition, the store will carry different genres of content including the latest movies, TV shows, music, news, sports in addition to the latest Ramadan productions such as Haret Al Yahoud, Tahtt Al Saytara, Bein Al Sarayat, Le’abet Eblis in addition to popular Islamic content and signature recipes by chef Manal Al Alem.

Mijbil Alayoub, Ooredoo Kuwait’s corporate communications director, said: “At Ooredoo Kuwait, we pride ourselves on the ability to continuously innovate and align with partners who share our vision to help make customers make a seamless transition to mobile that aligns with their ‘always-on’, digital lifestyle. We look forward to be working with an industry recognized partner such as Vuclip to launch a first of its kind mobile video on demand offering that bundles an enhanced viewing experience together with a breadth of popular international and local content.”

“Innovation lies at the heart of the Vuclip strategy and we are pleased to join hands with Ooredoo Kuwait as they work to make mobile video on demand a reality for subscribers across the nation,” said Husein Sehorewala, director of business development for Vuclip. “We look forward to working with Ooredoo in this journey towards the hyper connected future, offering consumers the convenience to watch premium videos at any time on their choice of device.”

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