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# 254329 7-Aug-2019 10:55
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Seems a good deal. Let's hope the enabling services work 😀


https://www.theverge.com/2019/8/6/20757626/disney-plus-espn-hulu-bundle-price-date-streaming-service




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  # 2291547 7-Aug-2019 11:07
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eh, i only care if its international, which I doubt it will be... stupid dc universe....


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  # 2291557 7-Aug-2019 11:19
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Try this link

 
 
 
 


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  # 2291561 7-Aug-2019 11:24
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Very happy with that - I currently subscribe to Hulu and ESPN+ so if it can be made to work here it would be great.


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  # 2291562 7-Aug-2019 11:24
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I tried ESPN+ via SmartDNS it was very hit and miss. 


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  # 2291564 7-Aug-2019 11:26
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ESPN+ only have rugby rights for US, Pretty sure Sky have exclusive Disney rights. it will be a watered down version if it comes here.  




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  # 2291571 7-Aug-2019 11:45
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Kiwifruta: Try this link


Sorry about that editing on phone




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  # 2291592 7-Aug-2019 12:18
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langi27:

I tried ESPN+ via SmartDNS it was very hit and miss. 



I’ve used it via another unblocker for the past two years, ESPN+ has progressively got better, no more disconnections during half time.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2291597 7-Aug-2019 12:28
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langi27:

 

, Pretty sure Sky have exclusive Disney rights. it will be a watered down version if it comes here.  

 

 

Sky's Disney agreement was signed in 2015, so its likely to be drawing to an end soon....


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  # 2291661 7-Aug-2019 13:56
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Thats a great price(for US content) even with the decline of ESPN's programming


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  # 2291814 7-Aug-2019 17:21
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Decent price, will have to look into it around that time. Currently have the ad supported Hulu for $1 a month, that deal expires around the time this launches

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  # 2292256 8-Aug-2019 13:19
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for it to work in nz sky have to give up the rights to a lot of the content they rely on.

 

 

 

seeing as disney no has fox under its wing, if it was available here i would prob sign up in a heart beat


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