Time to Binge: Disney+ Will Be Available in the Philippines in November - The Scene

“Through Disney+, we are opening new doors of entertainment to everyone with our heritage of unparalleled storytelling,” says David Shin of The Walt Disney Company.

Disney+ will finally become available in the Philippines starting November 17. Apart from Disney films and series, shows, and flicks by Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic, Star will be an option to stream. 

By then, you can enjoy Disney+’s new releases of November, such as The Mandalorian (2019), The World According to Jeff Goldbloom (2019), Soul (2020), Thor: Love and Thunder (2022), and Hocus Pocus 2 (2022).

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Unlimited use of the platform is included in your chosen subscription plan: mobile or premium. With the premium plan, up to seven separate user profiles per account can be accommodated, offering 4K viewing quality. Meanwhile, the mobile option will be limited to only one concurrent stream at once and will only be available in HD (720p).

“Through Disney+, we are opening new doors of entertainment to everyone with our heritage of unparalleled storytelling, creative excellence, and cutting-edge content delivery,” David Shin, senior vice president and managing director, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, The Walt Disney Company, said in a statement.

“We are excited that consumers in the Philippines can soon connect with their beloved characters and brands and enjoy access to some of the world’s most original and iconic stories, told by the world’s most talented creators.”

Banner image from Disney+.

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