Missed out on an episode of Goblin? You can now catch up with your favorite shows with Smart Video Prime!
Smart Video Prime
Who doesn’t enjoy a good K-drama TV series? After watching a few episodes of Goblin (also known as Guardian: The Lonely and Great God) with my wife, I was hooked (honestly, it was a great show). And thanks to Smart and iflix, I was able to catch all the episodes.
For those wondering how, Smart Communications, Inc. recently launched Smart Video Prime for its prepaid users. The service lets you catch your favorite international and local content with subscriptions to iWant TV and iflix, and its huge data allocation.
For fans of local shows and teleseryes, you can catch the latest episodes on iWant TV within the hour of the broadcast. You can stream shows such as Maalaala Mo Kaya, La Luna Sangre, A Love to Last, and more.
Those who love K-dramas and other international flicks (and some local ones as well), should best head on to iflix. Catch popular shows such as Goblin, Descendants of the Sun, The Flash, Arrow, and more. You can even watch your favorite episodes even without data connection with its Download feature.
Smart Video Prime gives you two options to choose from. Video Prime 99 gives you over 2GB of data, a 30-day subscription to iflix, and a 7-day subscription to iWant TV. While Video Prime299 gives you over 5GB of data, a 30-day subscription to iflix, and a 30-day subscription to iWant TV.
To give you an idea how much data you need, consider these examples. An iflix TV series that runs for 60-minutes will have a file size of about 400MB to over 500MB on high quality, 230MB to over 300MB on medium, and 90MB to 120MB on low. I like to download my shows on high, but medium is very watchable as well.
To subscribe to the service, just text either VIDEO99 or VIDEO299 and send to 9999. To know more about the service, you may visit Smart’s website by clicking here.
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