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Fox has introduced its Fox+ video streaming app in the Philippines, ahead of launch across seven more countries in the Asia Pacific this year.

Fox plus screen grabThe subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service will offer over 11,000 hours of movies and TV series in HD from the Fox studios, and episodes of popular series such as The Walking Dead and Homeland can be streamed as soon as they air in the US. Chinese TV series and movies will also be available, as well as box sets for binge viewing.

As well as 21st Century Fox’ own productions, popular content from global film studios and TV networks will be included. Studios such as Disney are expected to make their content available on the platform, with Star Wars: The Force Awakens joining movies such as Deadpool and the Revenant on the streaming service.

The app is available online and for iOS and Android mobile devices, with subscription costs of P390 per month after a 30-day free trial. Fox+ will also be available to Cignal and PLDT/Smart broadband customers, with subscribers of certain plans receiving the SVOD service without extra charge. The streaming service will compete in the Philippines with Netflix, which starts at P370 a month; Hooq priced from P199 a month; and iflix which costs P129 a month.

“Fox has always been focused on providing the best stories, through TV shows, movies, documentaries and sports to its fans. FOX+ is the evolution of this philosophy and will upgrade the TV viewing experience by giving our viewers freedom and choices never seen before on any internet streaming service,” said Zubin Gandevia, president of Fox Networks Group Asia.