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Disney+ Might Cost Only P359 Per Month in the Philippines

Baby Yoda, we’re coming for you.
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Disney+ is upping its game by lowering its prices as more and more competitors pop up in the streaming wars. Disney’s highly anticipated streaming service hasn’t been launched yet in the Philippines, but according to a report from YugaTech, it will only cost P359 per month.

Yugatech managed to screencap the launch page with the tentative price, and we have to say, that’s a pretty sweet deal for an entire (legal) catalog of Marvel movies, Star Wars films, Disney originals, not to mention a bunch of throwback Disney Channel shows (Even Stevens, here we come). Pixar shorts like Float and huge Disney blockbusters like Avatar have also made Disney+ their new streaming home.

The initial price of Disney+ is pretty competitive when pitted against the streaming giant Netflix, which costs P550 per month, but still a little higher than the price of Apple TV+, which is P249 per month.

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There’s still to word yet on when Disney+ will land in the Philippines, but for Baby Yoda, we’re willing to wait.

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