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Disney+ on Sky q

08.03.2020 14:21 #1
Hey
Will access to Disney+ be available to launch thru Sky Q from its launch date?
Cheers
Colin
09.03.2020 22:25 #2
Available on Sky Q from 23/03.

I'll be buying via Sky Direct as it will have the same integration on Q as Netflix does.
10.03.2020 09:42 #3
Registered User
Originally posted by Manc_Red
Available on Sky Q from 23/03.

I'll be buying via Sky Direct as it will have the same integration on Q as Netflix does.


Disney + launches on March 24th not 23rd

On Sky Q Disney + price is €6.99 a month

Disney + App will appear in Apps section on Sky Q box from March 24th
Last edited by paulboland: 10.03.2020 at 09:58.
10.03.2020 10:58 #4
Originally posted by Manc_Red
Available on Sky Q from 23/03.

I'll be buying via Sky Direct as it will have the same integration on Q as Netflix does.


If you buy direct from Netflix it is exactly the same on the Sky Q as if you had it on your sky package, well it is for me.
10.03.2020 16:57 #5
Originally posted by Spn744
Originally posted by Manc_Red
Available on Sky Q from 23/03.

I'll be buying via Sky Direct as it will have the same integration on Q as Netflix does.


If you buy direct from Netflix it is exactly the same on the Sky Q as if you had it on your sky package, well it is for me.

Integration is not the same 
11.03.2020 11:27 #6
Originally posted by Manc_Red
Integration is not the same 


What’s different?
11.03.2020 11:40 #7
Registered User
Originally posted by Spn744
What’s different?


Well a major difference is sky q doesn’t support HDR so if that’s important to you, you’ll end up streaming with a different device anyway. Or you end up watching an inferior picture on sky q.
13.03.2020 21:14 #8
Any reply from a sky rep about this yet? There is zero info on the sky website about it?
14.03.2020 10:50 #9
Registered User
Originally posted by rodders999
Any reply from a sky rep about this yet? There is zero info on the sky website about it?

Disney + launches on March 24th 
Sign up to the service on Sky Q starts from March 24th not before

The Disney + App will appear on Sky Q Boxes on March 24th

Price will be €6.99 a month

You can sign up for updates on Disney + launch using this link from Sky
https://www.sky.com/shop/pre-reg/disney-plus

You will then receive info on March 24th as to how to subscribe using Disney + App that will be on the Sky Q Box
14.03.2020 10:54 #10
Registered User
Will this be like Netflix with a few profiles on each account
14.03.2020 11:28 #11
Registered User
Originally posted by naughto
Will this be like Netflix with a few profiles on each account

7 Profiles can be created on a Disney + Account

Note though you can only stream on 4 devices at the same time 
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16.03.2020 13:04 #12
Verified representative
Hi grizzcol2,

Thank you for your post to Sky Ireland. 

I can confirm that Disney + is due to launch on Sky Q on the 24th of March.

You can pre-register through the following link https://www.sky.com/shop/pre-reg/disney-plus. Further information will be issued in due course.

All the best,
Ciara
16.03.2020 17:17 #13
Registered User
Disney Plus currently have a special limited pre-order price of €59.99 for one year, will Sky be matching that offer?
17.03.2020 00:36 #14
Registered User
Originally posted by ADSLUSER
Disney Plus currently have a special limited pre-order price of €59.99 for one year, will Sky be matching that offer?


Sky will only have the monthly option €6.99 a month
Sky don't do annual option on subscription add on packs
17.03.2020 12:30 #15
Originally posted by Spn744
Originally posted by Manc_Red
Integration is not the same 


What’s different?

Nothing at all.
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