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StarHubTV+ unveils 3,000 new Asian titles with iQIYI partnership

iQIYI VIP members have the chance to access titles free for two months.

StarHub TV+ subscribers can now binge-watch more than 3,000 Asian dramas and movies on their mobile phones or TVs thanks to a new partnership with video streaming provider iQIYI, according to StarHub.

With the integration of StarHub TV+ channels and streaming apps such as iQIYI, customers can now switch between their favourite streaming services, apps and TV shows, whilst controlling all their subscriptions on one convenient location.

The partnership comes right after the network launchedStarHub TV+. iQIYI is the seventh OTT entertainment service to be added to StarHub’s growing stable of partners. 

To promote their launch, new and existing customers of StarHub TV+ who signed up for an iQIYI Standard VIP Membership will have a chance to experience iQIYI’s catalogue of Asian titles for free for two months.

New and re-contracting mobile postpaid customers will also enjoy a free two-month trial access for the iQIYI Standard VIP and iQIYI Premium VIP Memberships.

An iQIYI subscription is available without contract at $8.98 monthly for a Standard VIP Membership or at $12.98 monthly for a Premium VIP Membership.

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