Cape Town – The Walt Disney Company’s video streaming service Disney+ that will launch in November 2019 in the United States and as well as in other international key territories won’t include South Africa or anywhere else in Africa for at least two years.
Will there be a Disney Plus app?
Disney has announced the list of platforms that will support Disney Plus at launch, including Apple TV, iOS and Android, and Xbox One. There’s no sign of Amazon’s Fire TV Stick on that list, but we’re hopeful it will come either at launch or soon after.
What streaming services are available in South Africa?
5 streaming services available in SA
- Netflix. When it comes to online streaming of series and movies, no name is bigger than Netflix.
- Showmax. Showmax is a local video-on-demand streaming service owned by MultiChoice.
- Vodacom Video Play.
- Google streaming apps.
- Prime Video.
- Stream smart.
What will Disney plus streaming on?
Disney Plus will be the only place you can stream all of Disney’s theatrically released movies, starting with Captain Marvel at launch and the rest of its 2019 slate later on. Frozen 2, for example, will be streamable on the service next summer after its theatrical release in November.
How many people can use Disney+?
Disney+ will allow seven user profiles per account, with the ability to stream on four devices concurrently and unlimited downloads for offline viewing.