Proximus has signed an agreement with Disney to offer the streaming service Disney +, which the American entertainment giant will bring to Belgium on September 15th. The telecommunications operator reported this on Thursday.
Proximus customers who subscribe to the “All Stars” or “All Stars & Sports” TV packages have one year of access to the Disney streaming service. It has films and series from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic in its range.
Customers with the latest Android decoder from Proximus can watch directly from this device. All Stars package customers who do not yet have the latest decoder can exchange their old one for a new one free of charge.
Proximus has agreed on marketing exclusivity with Disney. Competitive telecommunications operators are therefore unable to offer Disney + subscriptions in their package for a certain period of time. After Proximus terminated the contract with Telenet’s Studio 100 in 2017, it has intensified its fight for families with children.
The price of the packs remains unchanged: 29.99 euros per month for All Stars, including a catalog of films and series from Proximus, Netflix and soon also Disney +. All Stars & Sports costs 39.99 euros per month and also includes sports channels.
Anyone who becomes a Disney + customer directly pays EUR 69.99 per year in Belgium. However, until September 14th there is an introductory offer of 59.99 EUR. Netflix is more expensive: The cheapest formula costs 7.99 euros per month.