Jawwy TV will offer Oman audiences more than 70 free-to-air and encrypted channels such as Rotana, MBC, National Geographic, and FOX HD.
Intigral has launched its flagship OTT platform Jawwy TV in Sultanate of Oman through strategic partnerships with telecommunications operators providers Omantel and Ooredoo.
The launch is marked by offers available via various payment methods, where weekly and monthly Direct Carrier Billing (DCB) subscribers of Omantel and Ooredoo, will be able to select either seven days of free access to Jawwy TV App followed by a monthly rate of 4 OMR ($10.39), or three days free access followed by a weekly rate of 1 OMR ($2.60). DCB refers to the online mobile payment method which allows users to charge payments directly to their mobile phone carrier bill. Moreover, credit card and in-app users will get a seven-day free trial, after which the monthly subscription fee will be $9.99 for iOS and $10.4 for Android Google Play.
Through Jawwy TV App, viewers in Oman will be able to access over 70 free-to-air and encrypted channels such as OSN, Rotana, MBC, National Geographic, and Fox HD, in addition to an extensive video on demand (VOD) library comprising of acclaimed movies and series as well as Jawwy TV’s exclusive original productions and aggregated content from major global content providers such as Fox+, StarzPlay, Cartoon Network, Wide Khaliji, and many more.
Commenting on the partnership, Markus Golder, CEO of Intigral, said: “We are excited to offer Jawwy TV App to a wider segment of customers in the Sultanate of Oman where valued audiences will be able to enjoy an unmatched entertainment experience at an attractive rate. We aspire to enhance the digital entertainment scene in MENA by presenting world-class OTT services that delight audiences, especially following our recent successes in Jordan, the UAE, and Egypt.”
Jawwy TV’s expansion in Oman moves the platform one more step forward towards achieving its strategic regional expansion goals and aspiration to become the premier OTT platform in MENA.