How to get a Disney + Vodafone TV Greece streaming service contract

Vodafone TV users will need to complete a short registration form to take advantage of Disney+. Then they’ll get access to content, including Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and National Geographic. “With this initiative, Vodafone TV expands the offerings it offers to Greek families by remaining at the forefront of entertainment providers,” said Quique Vivas, Commercial Director of Consumer Products at Vodafone Greece. – This partnership is very important to us as it will enable Vodafone to combine the best telecom services and the most important and high quality home entertainment content under one brand.making access to all content easy and convenient for everyone – he added.

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Vodafone TV package costs less than PLN 29 per month

This is another exciting step in our long-term partnership with Vodafone Greece. We are excited to be working together and providing Vodafone TV subscribers access to an amazing selection of Disney+ movies, series and original content,” said Vassilis Eliopoulos, Vice President and General Manager of The Walt Disney Company in Greece.

Vodafone TV offer in Greece can be tested for free for one month. Subsequently, it costs 6.30 euros per month, which is approximately 29 PLN without a decoder. In the variant with a decoder and an annual commitment, it is 8.50 euros per month, or approximately 39 PLN. In addition to Disney+, Vodafone TV’s Greece offering includes 45 popular TV channels and access to streaming service HBO Max, which was launched in Poland on March 8 this year.

Disney + without a partner in Poland at the moment

In our country, the Disney + platform will start on June 14 this year. It will cost PLN 28.99 per month. We recently reported that the site’s partner in Israel will be the Yes digital platform. According to unofficial information, Yes will pay the service approximately $47.6 billion over three years, with a commitment to get at least 100,000. Subscribers in the first year and exceeded 200 thousand subscribers. in three years. The deal was announced before the results of the first quarter of this year were revealed. They show that yes has 564,000. Subscribers and subscribers for 559 thousand. a year ago. 253 thousand years of them using streaming services (Yes + and Sting TV). A year ago, the number was 147,000. Thus, 47 per cent. All clients of the platform use the IPTV offer.

It is not known if Disney+ has a distribution partner on the Vistula River among digital platforms, cable networks, streaming services or telecom operators. Canal + is the exclusive partner of Disney + in France as of April 7, 2020. The agreement for the premium channel does not allow it to be the exclusive distributor of the service only among pay-TV operators. Ensures that Disney, Disney Junior, National Geographic, National Geographic Wild, Voyage, and Fox Play Video on Demand channels are available on the Canal+ platform. Moreover, thanks to the agreement, Canal + stations in France can broadcast films made by Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, 20th Century Fox, Blue Sky and Fox Searchlight as the first TV channels.

The agreement reduced the risk of the digital broadcasting platform’s customers flowing into the French market. Although Disney has closed down specific channels, including in Great Britain, Germany or Scandinavia, we have not heard of such movements on the Loire. On the French platform Canal +, the package can be purchased with Disney + and Netflix for approximately 159 PLN per month. Customers under the age of 26 can take advantage of this offer for around PLN 93 per month. The service in France can also be purchased individually for as little as PLN 41 per month. French channel + has also signed a similar agreement with Paramount +, which will debut in this country in the second half of the year. The deal also includes broadcasting some Paramount Pictures productions, first on Channel+.

Will a similar agreement be concluded between Disney + and the Polish platform Canal +? – We don’t have any news about it – Canal+ spokesperson Pyotr Kaniowski said last week. In Poland, the company is collaborating with HBO Max (co-purchasing Canal + online and HBO Max cheaper than separate), and from June 1, the Canal + online and satellite offering will include the BBC Player library.

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