In a similar way to Netflix, Sky has confirmed a multi-year deal means that Disney Plus is available on Sky Q as well as Now.

Here’s everything you need to know about how to get it, how much it costs, integration and more.

How to get Disney Plus on Sky Q?

There isn't much you need to do to get Disney+ on your Sky Q box as the most recent software updated will have downloaded and installed the app for you.

The chances are, your box has already done everything without you noticing. You can check for software updated in the System info section of the settings menu if needed.

Sky Q now also access to the music service, ROXi.

How does Disney+ work on Sky Q?

Like Netflix, Disney+ won't be a regular app on Sky Q in the same way as other devices. However, things are a little complicated.

The Disney+ app is now available on Sky Q in the app section of the interface alongside Netflix, iPlayer, Spotify and others.

If you purchase directly from Disney you can log into the app on the Sky Q box (along with other devices). However if you want full Sky integration, you'll need to buy it via Sky for that feature to work.

"Customers who buy Disney+ through Sky will see Sky TV and Disney+ recommendations side-by-side in the TV guide," said the firm.

How much is Disney+ on Sky Q?

Disney Plus costs £7.99 per month on Sky Q.

That's the same price as Disney is offering but going direct also gives you the chance to buy annually at £79.90. That saves you over £10 over 12 months.

It wasn't available at launch, but you can now pay for Disney+ via your Sky bill. You can do this online via the Sky website or via your Sky Q box. An activation code, sent via email, will need to be entered here.

If you have already signed up directly with Disney, then it's not possible to transfer your billing to Sky.

When will Disney Plus be on Now?

The Disney+ app is available on Now streaming devices - you should be able to find it in the app store. It'll either be under the recommended section, or you can find it by searching 'Disney+'.

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