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Netflix Ties Up with OSN in the Middle East


Netflix has entered into a new partnership with OSN that will deliver programming across the Middle East and North Africa.

OSN customers will be gaining to access Netflix’s content library via a new OSN Box that will be launched toward the end of the second quarter. Customers will also have the flexibility to pay for their Netflix subscription via one consolidated OSN bill.

Martin Stewart, CEO of OSN, said: “The future of the entertainment industry in the MENA region will be shaped by providers who offer value and choice at every turn, and through this groundbreaking partnership with Netflix, we are demonstrating our customer-centric focus on delivering convenience and flexibility for all.”

Neil Martin, chief commercial officer of OSN, added: “The breadth of OSN’s programming portfolio in the region is unbeatable and cemented by long-term partnerships with major international studios such as Disney, HBO, NBCUniversal, Fox and Sony, to name a few. Now with the addition of Netflix, OSN continues to ensure entertainment lovers in the region have more choice and easy access to a stellar lineup of unique content via one interface.”

Maria Ferreras, VP of business development for EMEA at Netflix, said: “With this regional partnership and thanks to hundreds of Netflix’s original titles slated for 2018, OSN’s customers will be able to seamlessly access and enjoy all the best entertainment in one place.”

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