French service provider Free has integrated Disney+ in its Freebox Delta avec Player Devialet and Freebox One products, enabling viewers to watch the streamer directly via these set-tops.
Free is offering access to Disney+ at no additional charge for the first six months, after which the service will be available for the normal €8.99 monthly fee.
Freebox subscribers will be able to access all Disney+ content on TVs connected to the Player Free Devialet or the Freebox One decoder as well as via their mobiles, tablets and game consoles, with the ability to view content on four screens simultaneously.
Users will also be able to create up to seven profiles per account, of which some are reserved for viewers under seven years in age.
Free subscribers will also be able to download Disney+ content to view on the go on up to 10 different mobiles at the same time.
Free launched the high-end Freebox Delta, including the add-on Devialet connected speaker, and the lower-cost Freebox One three years ago as the core of its set-top offering.
The Disney+ offering is already available to subscribers of its other box offerings, the Freebox Mini 4K and its most recent launch, the Freebox Pop.
On the Freebox Delta and Freebox One, Disney’s streamer will join existing SVOD services Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Canal+ Serie, among others.
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