As you may have heard, Disney Plus will finally launch in the Philippines on November 17, after months of waiting and speculation. What you may not know is that Globe, Disney’s official telecom partner in the country, will make it easier for Globe users to get a Disney Plus subscription using their current postpaid plan.
Globe Platinum customers, for example, will be able to include a Disney Plus plan in their consumable allowance, while regular postpaid users can charge their subscriptions to their monthly bills. They can also use their Globe Rewards points to subscribe. Prepaid customers, on the other hand, may enjoy special offers by subscribing to Disney Plus packages using their load credits.
Additionally, Globe announced that existing GFiber 2499 internet plans and above will include a Disney Plus Premium Plan package when the streaming service arrives locally — free of charge.
To recap, a Disney Plus Mobile Plan costs P159 per month or P1,150 annually, but is limited to one user on a phone or tablet. A Premium Plan, which lets up to four users stream up to 4K videos on mobile devices as well as TVs, PCs, and laptops, is priced at P369 monthly or P2,950 per year.
Disney Plus offers over 1,800 films and 32,000 episodes from an extensive library of content from Disney’s own brands and franchises, including Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Nat Geo, Pixar, and Star. In the coming weeks, Disney Plus is set to release fresh content from its most popular franchises, including the highly anticipated Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi; Disenchanted, the sequel to the hit 2007 Disney movie Enchanted; and Willow, an epic period-fantasy series, in addition to a huge library of existing shows and films that includes Encanto, She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, Obi-Wan Kenobi: A Jedi’s Return, and Andor.
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