Registration for Disney Plus in Israel has opened - and there is also a promotion
The new streaming giant is entering the local market at a discounted price, and with no limit to the quality of viewing.
The price: NIS 39.90 a month, and if you join right now you can pay even less.
here are the details
Yinon Ben Shoshan
Tuesday, 17 May 2022, 09:12 Updated: 12:21
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Disney Plus (Photo: AP)
Disney announced this morning (Tuesday) the opening of early registration for the purchase of a subscription to Disney Plus in Israel, which will be launched in Israel on June 16.
Prices: NIS 39.90 for a monthly fee, or NIS 399 for an annual fee.
In honor of the local launch, Disney is offering pre-registered subscribers an annual subscription at an introductory price of NIS 319 - 12 months of viewing at a price of only 8 months.
In fact, unlike Netflix, at Disney Plus you will not have to purchase different subscriptions at different prices to watch for different and higher qualities or for multiple users.
Disney Plus subscribers will have access to high quality viewing for up to four devices simultaneously, an unlimited number of downloads for up to ten devices and the option to set up to seven different profiles, including a child profile, allowing easy and friendly navigation of age-appropriate content.
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12 months of viewing at a price of only 8 months.
Disney Plus (Photo: AP)
Disney Plus is considered one of the most successful content services in the world, and as of the current quarter the company had 116 million subscribers.
Disney Plus is active in dozens of countries, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, most Western European countries, India, Japan, Indonesia, Latin America and more.
As mentioned, in June the service is expected to expand to 42 more countries, including Israel.
Subscribers will enjoy, among other things, access to titles such as the acclaimed "Doll Pet Book" and "Mandelorian" by producer and creator John Fabro, both from the "Star Wars" category, as well as the new series "Obi-Wan Kenobi".
In addition, Disney is responsible for films such as "Luca", the joint animation production of the Oscar-nominated Disney and Pixar, and the Oscar-winning film "Ancanto", which tells the story of the special Madrigal family.
The full list is here.
As you may recall, this week it was reported that the British government announced that the international streaming giants would be subject to the British broadcasting regulator Opcom, similar to the local broadcast channels.