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Disney+ Streaming Service Is Coming This November

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Disney has been literally taking over almost everything that you can think of. They are now planning to release a streaming app to provide competition to others. The app is scheduled for release later this year. The streaming app— Disney Plus is going to launch in the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands on November 12. It will release in Australia and the Netherlands a week later.

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It has been that Latin America will get the service in Q1 2021. Disney has announced a deal with Amazon Prime to give the rights to a lot of popular Disney titles for one year to countries in this region.

Disney hasn’t announced the release dates for the United Kingdom or other regions. It is plausible to assume that the United Kingdom will be getting the service sometime in 2020. The streaming service will have a lot of classic Disney content as well. Despite the service not being launched yet, you can pre-order a subscription. A free beta version of the app is available in the Netherlands. It will remain until the launch date.

Disney+ offers a more specific and focused selection of content. It will cost $6.99 per month (around £5.50) in the United States. There is a yearly plan which costs $69.99 and it breaks down to $5.83 each month. It will also give access to 4K content and four streams for each account. This is a major blow to Netflix which package on their most expensive subscription, priced at $15.99 per month.

There is another deal and many people might want to go for this one. Disney will bundle in Hulu with and ESPN+ in one single package for $12.99 per month. You can save $5 each month if you just go for this plan.