O Disney+ confirmed this Wednesday (22) an adjustment to the value of its subscription, in addition to the launch of a new plan. Changes that occur after the merger with the group’s other streaming service, Star+.

Disney+ monthly fee in Brazil from June 26th:

  • Standard plan: R$43.90/month, R$368.90/year (currently costs R$33.90 per month and R$279.90 annually);
  • Premium plan: R$62.90 monthly and R$527.90 annually.

4K now only on the premium plan

With this new division, standard plan subscribers will have access to content only in Full HD resolution and 5.1 audio, with simultaneous access on up to two devices and download on up to 10 devices.

To enjoy 4K you will need to subscribe to the most expensive plan, the premium one. In addition to 4K resolution, this plan also guarantees support for HDR and Dolby Atmos, in addition to simultaneous access on up to four devices and download on up to 10 devices.

Regarding the catalogue, both the standard and premium versions include access to all Disney+ and Star+ productions in the same app. With ESPN content there is a limitation on the cheapest plan.

By default, only access to ESPN and ESPN3 channels is guaranteed. ESPN’s complete programming is reserved for premium plan subscribers only.

Limiting Password Sharing

In addition to the adjustment, the platform also confirmed that it will block the sharing of passwords between users outside the same local network. A similar situation to what happens with Netflix. It will be possible to add extra members for a fee. The value of this fee was not mentioned by the platform.

Source: https://www.hardware.com.br/noticias/2024-05/disney-ficara-mais-caro-no-brasil-a-partir-de-junho-e-o-servico-tambem-ira-barrar-o-compartilhamento-de-senha.html

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