Users in South Africa will also have access to Disney+’s Star Hub, which will allow them to watch content from other platforms such as FX, Hulu, Freeform, and 20th Century Fox.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The Walt Disney Company said in January that its streaming service, Disney+, will be expanding to 42 new countries, including Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Tunisia, and South Africa.
Disney+, which debuted in the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands in 2019, now has 137.7 million customers in 64 countries.
It will be the service’s debut foray into South Africa, where it will join other foreign streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video, Shomax, and Netflix.
Users may subscribe to Disney+ South Africa’s Standard Plan for R119 ($7.47) per month or R1,190 ($74.64) per year. Users may stream on four devices at once and download limitless content across ten devices, comparable to Disney+’s $8 subscription in the US.
South Africans will get access to exclusive Disney material such as the Star Wars series and Encanto, as well as Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) features such as Moon Knight. Users in South Africa will also have access to Disney+’s Star Hub, which will allow them to watch content from other platforms such as FX, Hulu, Freeform, and 20th Century Fox.
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