ABS-CBN is providing an enhanced entertainment experience for Filipinos who are craving to watch movies, shows, and uniquely Filipino content wherever they are in the world as it launches the bigger and better iWantTFC, the home of Filipino stories and the first Filipino streaming service available worldwide.
With the new and bigger iWantTFC streaming service, users are able to watch the exclusive premiere of advanced episodes of ABS-CBN teleseryes such as FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano, Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin, Walang Hanggang Paalam, and Bagong Umaga, 48 hours before they air on any ABS-CBN platform or channel with an option to enjoy viewing them without ads.
Filipinos from all around the world can also watch La Vida Lena, ABS-CBN’s newest TV series starring Erich Gonzales, exclusively on iWantTFC. The show streamed its first episode last Saturday (Nov. 14), as select fans from different countries joined its global fancon and got to interact with the whole cast online.
iWantTFC also adds more new and upcoming originals to its catalog soon, including Bawal Lumabas with Kim Chiu, Kyle Echarri, and Franchine Diaz, Hoy Love You featuring the love team reunion of Roxanne Guinoo and Joross Gamboa, I Can Wait Forever with Loisa Andalio and Ronnie Alonte, He’s Into Her with Donny Pangilinan and Belle Mariano, and Ampalaya Chronicles: Me & Mrs. Cruz the latest episode in the heartbreak-themed anthology series starring Beauty Gonzalez and Kiko Estrada.
Users are also able to watch new movies released by CineXpress straight on the platform such as Star Cinema’s My Lockdown Romance, Boyette, and Four Sisters Before the Wedding. Fans can also continue to follow the ongoing season of The House Arrest of Us on iWantTFC.
Users in the Philippines, meanwhile, can enjoy free on-demand streaming of the latest episodes of currently airing ABS-CBN shows within seven days. They can also look forward to the Philippine-exclusive streaming of Thai series Theory of Love and The Shipper this year.
iWantTFC users can also enjoy new features such as offline viewing of select movies and series and an enhanced viewing experience on bigger screens through select TV brands, as well as Roku and Telstra TV.
To experience the latest version of the new iWantTFC, users need to download the app from Google Play and Apple App Store or visit iwanttfc.com and register for an account. First-time users can also avail of a 30-day free trial.
The biggest library of new and well-loved Filipino content comes in three subscription plans—free, standard, and premium.
Binge-watchers who want an ad-free viewing experience can avail of the premium plan that costs P119 monthly, while users can also choose to watch ad-supported content through the standard plan for P59 monthly. However, monthly subscription prices for iWantTFC users outside of the Philippines vary across territories.
Both premium and standard subscribers get full access to iWantTFC’s full library of over 1,000 movies, live channels namely Kapamilya Channel, TeleRadyo, ANC, CineMo, and Knowledge Channel, ABS-CBN’s full inventory of shows, all acquired content, all episodes of 86 iWant TFC originals, and other digital content.
Users can also opt for the free plan, which will grant limited access to an ad-supported catalog of 300 movies, three live channels, select episodes of shows, as well as full access to ten series monthly. iWantTFC’s extensive library of regularly updated content contains currently airing ABS-CBN shows, Kapamilya classics, movies, newscasts, lifestyle programs, award-winning documentaries, originals, religious programs, and acquired series from Thailand’s GMMTV.
For updates, like http://www.facebook.com/iWantTFC, and follow @iwanttfc on Twitter and @iwanttfc on Instagram and subscribe to www.youtube.com/iWantTFC.
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