Disney+ Hotstar now available on Unifi TV, free for new 100Mbps subscribers


Disney Hotstar was first made available locally in June last year. — Tv series photo created by freepik - www.freepik.com

Telekom Malaysia Bhd has announced that Disney+ Hotstar is now available for streaming on Unifi TV starting today (May 17).

All new Unifi Home 100Mbps subscribers including those with Varnam Plus, Aneka Plus and Ruby Plus packs will be able to access the app for free through Unifi TV for six months.

The 100Mbps plan is priced at RM129 per month for broadband only and ranges from RM159 to RM189 for plans with Unifi TV packs.

New Ultimate Pack subscribers get to access Disney+ Hotstar along with three other applications at no extra cost, namely beIN Sports Connect, SpoTV Now and BBC Player.

Eligible subscribers can visit Unifi’s website to activate the bundled streaming apps.

Existing Unifi broadband customers can subscribe to Disney+ Hotstar through a Unifi TV pack starting from RM16 per month. Users can see their Unifi TV pack information in the monthly bill or ebilling statement. They can also see the info on the Myunifi app or Unifi portal.

Customers can also subscribe to the app directly for RM54.90 for three months. More information is available on the Unifi TV website.

Disney+ Hotstar is a streaming app by Disney which was first launched in Malaysia in June last year.

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