Vuclip has partnered the Indonesian telecommunication provider Indosat to offer mobile Video-On-Demand services to Indosat’s 54 million plus subscribers. The service will apparently cost 1000 Rupiah per day (approximately Rs 4.92) for subscribing customers, and will offered as a companion plan on data plans.

The partnership will bring content from various partners like MNC Group, Kompas TV, Viva, Kapanlagi, Masak TV and to subscribers. According to Vuclip, its Dynamic Adaptive Transcoding technology optimizes for network variability, letting users stream without buffering issues on low bandwidths, across all mobile devices.


Other than Indonesia, Vuclip currently offers it video on demand services in India, Malaysia, UAE, Egypt and Thailand through partnerships with telecom carriers in these countries. The company claims to have over 5 million subscribers, and partnerships with over 200 studios around the world, with content in 20 different languages.

Vuclip content partnerships:

– Vuclip had partnered with ESPNcricinfo India to offer cricket related content over its platform in July last year. The agreement allowed Vuclip to include previews, press conferences and match analysis from ESPNcricinfo on its platform.

– In June, the company inked an agreement with Balaji Motion Pictures to offer full length Bollywood movies from Balaji’s library to its users and in April, it had entered an agreement with Tips Industries Ltd to provide Bollywood and Indipop albums, movie scenes and other movie related content over its platform.

– Vuclip had also entered into a deal with UC Web to power the UC Web browser’s video channel for India in January the same year.

– Vuclip had also launched an education channel in partnership Khan Academy and MIT Content back in February 2013.

– The company acquired the mobile video streaming startup Jigsee last year for an undisclosed amount. The deal had given Vuclip access to additional proprietary video streaming technologies.