Disney+ now available in Singapore

It features over 500 films and 15,000 episodes.

Subscription video-on-demand streaming service Disney+ was launched on 22 February, featuring key content brands Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, National Geographic as well as debutante branch Star.

Aside from a collection of more than 500 films and 15,000 episodes of content, Disney+ offers exclusive home streaming services for new movies released by The Walt Disney Studios from 2020.

Consumers can subscribe to Disney+ monthly for $11.98 and yearly for $119.98. The service is available through a wide range of mobile and connected devices.

The Walt Disney Company international operations and direct-to-consumer chairman Rebecca Campbell noted that the launch of the Star-branded international general entertainment offering marks an exciting expansion for the service.

“With the addition of Star, we’re building even more value for consumers by adding an incredible array of high-quality movies and series for families, older teens and adults, fueled by the acquisition of 21st Century Fox and our creative studios,” Campbell said.

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