Argentine pay TV operator Cablevision announced on Tuesday that its TV clients, as well as those of its TV everywhere Flow platform and the mobile operator Personal (Telecom Argentina) will be able to access Disney+, Disney’s new SVOD OTT that will be available as of this month to Latin America, and is enabling from today until November 16th, a pre-sale offer in several countries in the region.
As reported, Cablevision’s pay TV customers will be able to access directly to Disney+ through their Flow Boxes. This way, Disney’s SVOD OTT will join Netflix, YouTube and YouTube Kids, which were already available. In addition, Cablevision, Flow and Personal will be able to sell Disney+ and bill it together with pay TV, internet and telephony offers. Likewise, Cablevision, Flow and Personal customers will enjoy free access to Disney+ for one or three months, according to the plan that each customer has hired.
‘Flow customers in Argentina will be able to enjoy content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and more, integrated into their on demand experience and with up to three months for free. This partnership with Disney+ means one more step on the way to consolidate Flow as the most important entertainment content integration platform in the region, to continue providing our clients with the best user experience and the most outstanding content offering in multiple screens. With Flow, we continue to evolve, adding this time a global leader in the entertainment industry’, stated Gonzalo Hita, COO at Telecom.
Days ago, in Mexico, Televisa confirmed a partnership to integrate Disney+ into the Izzi catalog. Additionally, Globo confirmed that Disney’s SVOD OTT will also be part of the Globoplay catalog. The platform continues implementing different agreements with telecommunications companies in what will be its launch in the Latin American market.