M Lhuillier, one of the Philippines major remittance service providers, is expanding operations to bring to Filipinos households affordable and quality entertainment by partnering with the newest streaming platform POPTV.
“The pandemic has caused everyone many worries and troubles, and our role as a payment center is to give them the value of convenience and ease. With more than 2,600 M Lhuillier branches nationwide, we strive to be closer to the Filipino people by being committed to bringing a fast, safe, and reliable service to them,” said Michael Lhuillier, President and CEO of M Lhuillier Financial Services, Inc.
“We are excited to announce to our kababayans that POPTV is now available in all ML branches nationwide. Now you can relax and enjoy right at your homes. You don’t have to go out to watch your favorite stars or movies. The whole family can bond for just P49,” said Jackeline Chua, COO of POPTV.
POPTV subscriptions are now available in more than 2,600 M Lhuillier branches nationwide. Just visit any M Lhuillier branch, fill out the form, pay the amount, and wait for your subscription to be activated.
You may also opt to buy using the ML Wallet App. Just log in, go to Bills Payment, and select POPTV. Fill out the details and purchase the subscription using your ML wallet.
With POPTV, you can enjoy hundreds of movies and series that include local blockbusters from ABS-CBN, VIVA, Regal, and TBA Studios, as well as tagalized KDramas, BL series, animes, Asian movies, and many more.
To download the streaming app, just search for POPTV PINAS on Google Play, Huawei App Gallery, and Apple App Store. Users can avail its P49 subscription good for 10 days or P99 for 30 days.
POPTV is a video-on-demand streaming platform exclusively for the Filipinos that offers a wide array of local content (blockbuster movies, indie films, classics) and tagalized international content (KDramas, animes, BL series, asian movies, plus many more) for a very affordable price of P49 for 10 days, and P99 for 30 days. To date, its curated library has titles from biggest local producers ABS-CBN, Viva, Regal, and TBA Studios, and international studios JTBC, SBS, and CJ Entertainment of Korea; Nob Productions, GDH, and GMMTV of Thailand; and Medialink of Hong Kong. It is a Singapore based company run by founder and CEO Jyotirmoy Saha and COO Jackeline Chua.