Telly And Telfaz 11 Team Up To Bring Online TV Entertainment Across Middle East

As part of its vision to become the leading premium content provider and streaming service in the Middle East, Telly telly telfazteamed up with Telfaz 11, Saudi Arabia’s primary Internet television network, to deliver the Telfaz 11 most popular and unrivaled online video entertainment to its subscribers across the region.

Telly was founded in 2009 as Twitvid, a service that let users post videos to Twitter, and the startup repositioned itself as a video-destination site in 2012. In December 2013, Telly acquired Sha-Sha Entertainment, which had built an SVOD service aimed at the Arab world. Today, Telly service is available in 23 countries in Middle East and Africa.

Telfaz 11 is a Riyadh, Saudi Arabia based internet television network that has attracted top internet talent in the Middle East.

As part of the agreement, Telfaz 11 fans will be first to enjoy episodes of their most-loved Telfaz 11 shows such as, Temsa7LY, Khambala and La Yekthar when they subscribe to Telly service, before it is published on YouTube or anywhere else. Once they become Telly subscribers, users will also have access to Telly’s most comprehensive library of multi-lingual Movies and TV Shows in the region.

“We are delighted to join hands with one of the region’s most popular online TV network,” said Mo Al Adham, Telly co-founder and CEO. “This business marriage makes perfect sense, as Telly’s platform caters mainly to the youth and the content that Telfaz 11 provides is very popular amongst the same segment of the population. Telly’s service is ad-free and easy to use, making it convenient for subscribers to sit back and enjoy watching their favorite Telfaz 11 shows,” added Mo.

In addition to content from Telfaz 11, Telly has local content in Arabic and films from Sony, Miramax, Lionsgate, Weinstein Co. and other features licensed through third-party distributors for the Middle East and Africa region. In addition, the Telly service provides Arabic subtitling for films.

Alaa Youssef, CEO of C3 Films that owns Telfaz 11, commented: “Since its outset in 2011, Telfaz 11 aimed at establishing a podium for attracting local creative talents within the Middle East, through providing light-hearted and entertaining online content, to reflect positive changes within our society. We created a series of comedy shows, which quickly won the hearts of the youth in Saudi Arabia and beyond. Today, we have millions of viewers following us on social media and YouTube, across the Middle East region.”

Telly premium service is available on web and on mobile (via Apple iOS and Android apps), with a monthly subscription of only USD$9.99 (KD2.99, SR36.99, AED36.99.)

Subscription to Telly service is very easy and convenient as it can be made via cash-on-delivery, via app stores, PayPal, credit cards, gift cards and carrier billing service in Kuwait and other countries in the near future, where consumers can charge the transaction to their monthly mobile bill, or using their prepaid credit.


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