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STARZPLAY Entertainment Available on Etisalat’s eLife On

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Etisalat launched an exclusive partnership with to offer a wide range of Hollywood blockbuster movies and the latest series directly to Etisalat’s eLife On customers.


Etisalat’s eLife On subscribers can now enjoy thousands of hours of the best Hollywood movies, original series & kids entertainment for free with their 30-day trial, exclusively available in the UAE to eLife On customers. After the trial period, users can continue to have unlimited access to the entire catalogue for only AED 30 per month. is a multi-screen video on demand service that allows streaming on hand-held devices, laptops and smart TVs.

Etisalat’s eLife On customers will have access to more than 1,500 hours of TV series and movies in high definition and with Arabic subtitles. Many TV series will be available at the same time they are released in the US, meaning customers no longer have to wait for popular TV content to come to the region.

Many popular TV shows and series will have their entire past seasons available allowing customers to binge-watch entire box sets without interruptions and commercial breaks.

Khaled El Khouly, Chief Consumer Officer at Etisalat said, eLife On customers have more access to content than ever before; our partnership with is testament to our promise to deliver not only the biggest and best catalogue but also exclusive, never before seen content in the UAE. There are now more reasons than ever before to become an eLife On subscriber as is integrated into many of our premium TV add on packages and with unlimited viewing for only 30 AED per month it’s a very affordable way to keep the whole household entertained.

eLife customers can look forward to enjoying exclusive TV shows including CBS’s “Jane the Virgin”, MGM’s acclaimed “Fargo” and the MENA exclusive of “Outlander”. For kids, Starz Play offers Disney’s “Frozen”, “Kung Fu Panda” from DreamWorks and Sony’s “Sunny With A Chance of Meatballs 2” and much more.