Ncell Brings Video Streaming Service, iflix



Ncell had recently created an atmosphere of curiosity among its users by publishing a teaser of a service via their Facebook page. The wait for it is finally over for the users as Ncell announced an internet TV service with the iflix app. The service enables Ncell users to watch popular HD movies and TV shows on their smartphone.

 Iflix consists of huge library of popular movies and TV shows from Hollywood and Bollywood and it ensures that users can watch them on their phone, laptop, tablet TV anytime anywhere.

Videos from iflix can be chrome casted to the bigger TV screen and can be downloaded in the app to watch it later offline. In short, it is an awesome way to watch your favourite movies and shows right on your smartphone on the go.

The internet TV is simple to download and is available for both Android and iOS platforms.

How to activate Ncell Iflix services?

You can register via your email or your Facebook in order to enjoy the service. However, you must verify yourself as a Ncell customer. The verification will be done once you enter your mobile number.

Currently, Ncell is bringing the service free of cost for its users for 3 months and this promotional offer covers free video streaming from 12 AM to 5 am. Also, the 4G users get additional 2 hours of video streaming during the daytime which is also absolutely free.

However, after the promotional offer is over, streaming will be charged as per the user’s data plan. Users can buy 1-hour video pack by dialing *17137# for Rs 50 to stream movies and others on iflix.

Iflix also gives users the option to download the videos and watch them offline. Users can connect up to 5 devices in a single ifix account.

You can download the app for iOS and Andriod .


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