Huge news for Fetch users today with the addition of yet another streaming service and this time it’s one of the biggest – Disney+ is coming to Fetch.

The availability of the Walt Disney Company’s crowning jewel – their direct to customer streaming service Disney+ is a big move for both Disney and Fetch.

While Foxtel adds Amazon Prime alongside Netflix, ABC and SBS, Fetch has Netflix, Stan, Hayu, Paramount+, BritBox, Amazon Prime, many more and now Disney+.

This cement’s Fetch’s position as Australia’s leading entertainment set top box, everything from free-to-air, to movies and streaming all in one box.

To entice it’s hundreds of thousands of users, Fetch is offering one month of Disney+ at no cost when you sign up via Fetch before June 30.

Interestingly, that offer applies to ALL customers, new, existing and returning customers of Disney+ through fetch.

Fetch boss Scott Lorson said, “We are delighted to add Disney+ to the Fetch platform, and further extend our partnership with Disney. Fetch is committed to providing ‘all your entertainment, easy’, and no aggregation platform is complete without Disney+ which offers some of the best loved and most popular content available.  We know that Fetch subscribers will be thrilled with the addition.

“Fetch maintains an advanced in-house development capability, and we are exceptionally proud with the speed we have been able to complete the integration using the new Disney Application Development Kit.”

Kylie Watson-Wheeler from Disney says “We’re excited Disney+ is now available on Fetch TV, with our world’s-best content and entertainment added to the platform. Fetch continues to make great strides as an aggregator platform, and its willingness to embrace innovation and our long-standing partnership underpin this expanded offering. Disney’s EPSN and National Geographic linear channels are already offered on Fetch. With an ever-growing catalogue, exciting new releases and exclusive original content, there’s something for everyone to enjoy on Disney+.”

Disney+ availability starts today, and the software update will roll out over coming weeks. Initially for Fetch Mighty and Mini 4K boxes with more development work required to get Disney+ working on the original Fetch Mini.