Anghami announces 6 new mobile partnerships


Popular MENA-based streaming service Anghami, announced on Wednesday six new telco partnerships and offers across Saudi Arabia, UAE, Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria.

Anghami currently boasts over 30 partnerships within the first half of 2021.

Choucri Khairallah, Anghami’s Vice President of Business Development spoke to the press about the new updates that will transform Anghami as a household name in the MENA region. Khairallah expressed his delightfulness in teaming up with strategic partners that will enable almost everyone in the region to take advantage of the valuable offers and services.

“Partnering with mobile operators has been a key focus for us since our inception as they give us the opportunity to reach new audiences,” Khairallah said, adding that the developments will help benefit the streaming service from the telco partner’s big marketing reach, as well as offer users a “convenient way to pay or to benefit from access to Anghami Plus through bundles that are tailor-made for each market.”

Joining forces with Virgin Mobile in the UAE and KSA; as residence of the Emirate have the option to explore unlimited downloads when subscribed to Anghami Plus for plans worth AED 79 ($21.51) or more.

While KSA music lovers have the option to try out Anghami Plus free of charge for the first three months, six months or even longer through Virgin’s mobile application that is in collaboration with Zain Shabab’s postpaid plans.

Earlier in May, the Lebanese streaming company partnered up with France’s Orange and China’s Xiaomi. The collaboration birthed a campaign that allows premium users to benefit from subscribing for free for four months with any Redmi 9T smartphone purchase that is curated with Orange’s Edawa5 bundle.

In Morocco, Anghami partnered up with Maroc Telecom to bring three months of its premium subscription for free to any new customers interested in purchasing a plan priced at 99DH ($11.09) and more.

While in Algeria, the streaming service teamed up with mobile operator Djezzy to provide access to more than 57 million songs and podcasts through offers that have yet to be announced.