Zain Kuwait partners with MBC Group

Shahid Plus provides high quality video streaming services over smartphones
Kuwait's Zain signs partnership agreement with MBC Group, MBC Group, TV, Zain, Content, MBC


Zain Kuwait has signed a partnership agreement with MBC Group, offering its postpaid and prepaid customers a large library of Arabic TV shows, movies, and programs via the popular on-demand video service Shahid Plus on its network in Kuwait.

Zain’s latest partnership came with the aim of offering its customers an all-new digital content consumption experience, as the company strives to provide the most innovative solutions and value-added services to its customer base.

Zain’s postpaid and prepaid customers can now enjoy subscribing to Shahid Plus for KD 2 monthly, to be deducted directly from the bill, where they get one free week and enjoy a safe and convenient way to subscribe to the service without the need to use their credit cards.




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