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Disney+ strikes distribution deal with Polsat Plus Group for its launch in Poland

In the run up to its launch in Poland yesterday, Disney+ struck a distribution deal with Polsat Plus Group which will see the streaming service being integrated into the company’s TV offerings, Polsat Box, Plus, Netia and Polsat Box Go.

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In the run up to its launch in Poland yesterday, Disney+ reached a distribution agreement with Polsat Plus Group – a Polish telco and Pay-TV operator. Via Polsat Box – the company’s Pay-TV service – Disney+ is available in packages at PLN35 ($7.80) and on Plus (the mobile arm of the service) it is free for one year for new subscribers of the company’s 4G/5G and fibre-based broadband service.

Disney+ will also be included in Polsat Plus’s IPTV offering in four different packages – S, M, M Sport and L at PLN35 ($7.80), PLN 45 ($10), PLN 70 ($15) and PLN 70 ($15) per month respectively. Polsat Box Go Premium – the company’s Mobile TV offering – will integrate tje service at a price of PLN 50 ($11) per month, providing users with the streaming service alongside over 100 channels and on-demand services.

Netia subscribers – a subsidiary of Polsat Plus Group –  have access to Disney+ at no extra charge for two years if they have three subscriptions for the company’s broadband, TV and mobile packages, and will pay PLN28.99 ($6.50) after that period has elapsed.

 


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