Disney+ finally available in the PH on November 17th

You won’t find Song of the South here edgelords, easy with the intentions! But Disney+ offers a lot more here and your subscription is worth it!

Today, The Walt Disney Company (Southeast Asia) Ltd. revealed that starting on November 17, the Philippines will have access to its much awaited streaming service, Disney+.

Disney+ identified itself as the exclusive streaming home for motion pictures and television programs from the company’s venerable brands, including Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and Star.

Customers will be able to enjoy an ever-expanding library of global, regional, and Asian language content, including blockbuster movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to award-winning Pixar animation to Korean content featuring BTS and other top Asian stars, under the Star brand, once Disney+ becomes available in the Philippines.

“With our history of unmatched storytelling, creative excellence, and cutting-edge content delivery, we are opening new doors of entertainment to everyone through Disney+.”

David Shin, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, The Walt Disney Company

With the launch of a new variety of membership plans that will offer more options than ever before, Filipinos will be able to subscribe to the Disney+ streaming service as of the beginning of the following month. Viewers will have freedom with the increased lineup of plans thanks to a variety of subscription options.

We’re thrilled that Filipino consumers will soon be able to interact with their favorite brands and characters and have access to some of the most classic and creative stories ever created by the most gifted creators.

David Shin, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, The Walt Disney Company

Mobile Plan starts at P159/month (P1,150/year)

Premium Plan starts at P369/month or (P2,950/year)

Depending on the subscription plans chosen by users, Disney+ will be available on a variety of mobile devices and televisions, including Android or iOS smartphones and tablets, smart TVs like those made by Samsung and LG, and connected TV devices like Google TV and other Android TV OS devices, Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD, and Chromecast.

Customers will have access to high-quality viewing depending on the subscription levels they choose, up to four concurrent streams only available with the premium plan, tailored suggestions, and the capacity to establish up to seven different user profiles per account.


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