Published: Mon, August 19, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Disney announces worldwide launch for Disney+

Disney announces worldwide launch for Disney+

Disney is anticipating a great demand for their service, and by keeping prices low they can compete with established streaming platforms like Netflix, which will be their main competition. As per today's report, Disney+ will launch in Canada and the Netherlands on November 12, the same day as the USA unveiling.

In terms of pricing, the service will cost $8.99 a month in Canada, or $89.99 for the yearly package.

Disney also announced that shortly after Disney+ launches on November 12th in the U.S., Canada and the Netherlands, the service will then be available in Australia and New Zealand on November 19th.

Those looking to subscribe will be able to do so by going directly to Disney+ or via in-app purchases. As for Australia and New Zealand, the Disney+ will be priced at $9AUD/$90 and $10NZD/$100 respectively.

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In an announcement Monday, Disney announced that its new platform will be coming to most of the devices you'd expect.

The company said it had reached global agreements with "nearly all" the major platforms to distribute the Disney+ app across partner mobile and connected TV devices.

Disney has revealed initial device support for its Disney+ streaming app.

After acquiring 21st Century Fox, it announced in November that Disney+ would include original series from franchises in the Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic families - 15 projects have been announced so far. It's also worth noting that bundle packages will also be made available, such as the $12.99 option, which grants you access to Hulu's basic on-demand tier and ESPN+. Specifically, we now know which devices the service will be on, and to which countries it'll be rolling out at launch.

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