First Look at iflix – an online movie streaming service in Thailand

September 14, 2015


Online streaming service Netflix still hasn’t arrived in Thailand. However, people living here have been able to enjoy similar services such as PrimeTime TV and Hollywood HDTV. Now comes another company called iflix that will try and take the crown as the premium streaming service in Thailand. And so far so good. They claim to have thousands of hours of movie and TV series content. To celebrate their launch, they are offering every episode of the hit series Fargo. In addition, they say they have the rights to air the second season when it starts on 12th October 2015. You will be able to watch it here less than 24 hours after the people in America. To watch iflix, you can download apps for iOS and Android devices or watch on your computer. If you have chromecast, you can send the picture to your TV. Unfortunately they are no apps for Android boxes.


During this month, you can sign up to watch for free.  Then, when subscription service starts, you only need to pay 100 Baht per month. Seems too good to be true. But let’s see. Having a subscription will entitle you to the following:

  • Unlimited access to tens of thousands of hours of popular Hollywood, international, Asian language, and local content with new titles being added daily from over 50 leading studios and distributors including Fox, Disney, Paramount, Warner Bros., MGM, Cartoon Network, CBS,BBC, Starz, Redbull TV and KBS at amazing 100 baht a month;
  • Access to iflix on up to 5 devices of your choice, whether phone, tablet, laptop, desktop, connected TV or other connected device;
  • Share an iflix subscription and simultaneously watch different content on two different devices at the same time for each subscription.
  • Download your favourite shows to watch offline
  • Protect your kids from access to inappropriate content with Kid Safe Zone function.


To sign up for the 30 day trial granting full access to the streaming service go to now before the offer ends. You can then download free iflix apps on iOS and Android devices. If you have tried this service already or can recommend another service, then please let me know in the comments below.

8 Responses to First Look at iflix – an online movie streaming service in Thailand

  1. Peter Gibbs
    September 14, 2015 at 9:34 pm

    I would like to more about this

  2. khun peer
    September 15, 2015 at 10:00 am

    i wonder if this service will be available in the north as well… we live in Pai – M.H.S. and some things are available like fiber-optic internet etc but other things not. a very limited cable service for instance. does this netflix also include some news channels? and it is 100 b per month, no startup-fee? grtz!

  3. Brian
    September 16, 2015 at 7:21 pm

    Tried watching iflex last night on my laptop , the 10 mins it was on it froze about 20 times so that was it I gave up .Verdict rubbish not worth it free never mind 100 bht .

    • Shane
      January 19, 2016 at 9:13 am

      I guess the problem is with your internet connection, since the service is for streaming movie/tvshow. I never had a similar problem with you other than a sleepless night after subscribing to iflix. lol

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