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Disney+ is coming to the Philippines on Nov. 17; Starts at ₱159 per month

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This is not a drill. Disney+ is set to launch in the Philippines on November 17, 2022. Disney+ is the dedicated streaming home for movies and TV shows from Disney’s iconic brands including Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and Star, boasting over 1,800 films and over 32,000 episodes.

Disney+ Philippines features global, regional, and Asian language content such as blockbuster films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to award-winning Pixar animation, to Korean content featuring BTS and other top Asian stars, under the Star brand.

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You can start signing up on November 17 via DisneyPlus.com or the Disney+ app.

Disney+ Plans in the Philippines

Disney+ has two plans. If you pay annually, you will save up to 30 percent in fees.

  • Mobile Plan
    ₱159 monthly or ₱1,150 annually
    720p or HD video quality
    Phones and tablets only
    1 user only
  • Premium Plan
    ₱369 monthly or ₱2,950 annually
    Up to 4K video quality
    Phones, tablets, laptops, smart TVs, and more
    Up to 4 concurrent users

Disney+ will be accessible on a wide selection of mobile and televisions, including smartphones and tablets (Android or iOS), smart TVs, and connected TV devices such as Google TV and other Android TV OS, Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD, and Chromecast.

Take note that the Mobile Plan is only available on the Disney+ mobile app.

See also: Here are the Netflix plans in the Philippines

Based on the chosen subscription plans, consumers will be able to access high-quality viewing, with up to four concurrent streams available only with the premium plan, personalized recommendations, and the ability to create up to seven different user profiles per account.

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