After having postponed the launch in September, Discovery has now announced the launch of its OTT in Brazil for November 9.
In July of this year, Discovery Latin America / USH had announced the launch of its OTT Discovery+ in Brazil for the month of September.
However, when the chosen date arrived, the company announced a change in plans and postponed the launch “for later.”
But now the OTT platform owned by the Discovery group finally has everything ready to disembark in Brazil: it will do so on Tuesday, November 9 at 3:00 p.m.
As detailed, the price will be 21.90 reais per month (3.9 dollars) or in an annual plan that leaves the fee at 18.90 reais per month (3.4 dollars).
In addition, the platform will offer a 25% discount as a launch, leaving the monthly fee in the annual plan at 16.24 reais ($ 2.9). The offer can be contracted only during the first 30 days from the launch of the OTT.
In all cases, a seven-day free trial will be offered.
At the alliance level, the platform will be available on Claro box tv, while all Claro clients will have “benefits” to contract the new OTT.
Discovery + can also be hired in a “combo” with Globoplay.
As for the app, it will be available on iPhones, iPads, Apple TV 4K, Android phones, SmarTVs, Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
“Brazil, which has always been one of the priority markets for Discovery, is now the first country in Latin America to receive this global platform, completely customized to the tastes of the Brazilian public,” said Fernando Medin, president of Discovery Latin America / USH.
As detailed, in addition to all the international contents from Discovery, Discovery+ will have a wide variety of local titles at its launch in Brazil, such as: Largados e pealdos Brasil, Mestres Da Sabotagem – Edicão Especial, To Chegando – Na casa dos famous, Mundo curiozoo and Ba da bean.
In fact, Discovery’s production team in Latin America already works with multiple local and global production companies on some 40 new original productions to premiere over the next two years.
It also works on more than 150 developments.