Grab users can now use their GrabRewards points to enjoy ad-free viewing of shows and movies on iWant and access its premium content, including newly released movies and restored versions of classic films.
With GrabRewards points, users can choose to unlock their iWant premium access for either one day (105 points) or seven days (405 points) and watch the streaming service’s original shows, ABS-CBN’s news and entertainment programs, films, documentaries, and live games without the ads. The promo is valid on the iWant app and website until Aug. 31.
To claim the reward, look for the preferred promo in Grab’s Rewards catalogue and click on Redeem. Then, head over to the iWant app, click on My Account > Redeem, enter the Grab code under Voucher, and click on Process Payment.
On iWant, users can expect exclusive monthly releases to suit their every mood. This March, the service welcomed the summer season by launching its new sexy romantic comedy series Fluid, headlined by Roxanne Barcelo, and the ‘90s-set mystery thriller The Tapes starring Sam Milby and Yassi Pressman.
Meanwhile, add fun and feels to every Viber conversation with the iWant Originals stickers, featuring memorable lines from Glorious, MOMOL Nights, Call Me Tita, Past, Present, Perfect, Taiwan That You Love, Abandoned, and Septic Tank 3, by downloading the pack for free from the Viber Sticker Market.
Watch exciting shows and games on the iWant app or on iwant.ph, now made easier through GrabRewards. For updates, like www.facebook.com/iWant, and follow @iwant on Twitter and @iwantofficial on Instagram, subscribe to www.youtube.com/iWantPH, or join iWant’s Viber Community.
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