In keeping with its promise to improve user experience, PTCL is offering live streaming of the next ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 on its OTT platform “SHOQ” without any advertisements. Fans in Pakistan will be able to watch in full High Definition (HD) with no interruptions thanks to this feature.
By providing an uninterrupted broadcast of the on-ground action and commentary without advertisements, PTCL SHOQ is revolutionizing the match viewing experience for ardent cricket fans. The side activity that occurs during the ad breaks, such as field placements and player interactions, will also be available for viewers to observe.
The platform is available to all data users with any smartphone or data network, so that everyone can enjoy an uninterrupted ad-free cricket viewing experience on their android TVs or digital device of their choice for the first time in the country. SHOQ app is available on Google Play and App Store for mobile devices while it can also be accessed on the Web.
To start streaming, users only need to download the SHOQ app or access it online, sign up for the service. SHOQ offers excellent streaming quality and content, but its costs are also rather reasonable. Users can select between the Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Lite packages, which cost PKR 08, PKR 42, and PKR 120, depending on their convenience. Numerous payment methods are available, including Visa cards, Easypaisa, and Ufone 4G recharge. Additionally, many Ufone 4G Data Bundles and PTCL Quadplay bundles include the subscription, which offers additional convenience for PTCL and Ufone 4G consumers.
SHOQ offers access to a wide range of media and entertainment content, including blockbuster films and television series from well-known Hollywood companies like Warner Bros., Paramount, and 20th Century FOX, among others, in addition to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 events. In order to meet the entertainment demands of the entire family, it also hosts Pakistani movies and original programming, as well as 100 of the most popular local and worldwide live TV channels.