Disney reveals where you can stream its Disney+ service

Yolanda Curtis
August 19, 2019

Disney is revealing the launch details for the first Disney+ markets today.

As Disney gets closer to its November 12 release of Disney Plus, the company is finally checking off a few missing boxes.

Pricing will be competitively placed at €6.99 per month (or €69.99 per year) in the Netherlands, while the service will cost CAD$8.99 per month (or CAD$89.99 per year) in Canada.

The California-based entertainment giant says November 12 marks the global launch of the service, starting with the U.S., Canada, and the Netherlands. It will be priced at AUD$8.99 per month (or $89.99 per year) and NZD$9.99 per month (or $99.99 per year), respectively in Australia and New Zealand respectively.

Speaking of, the U.S. isn't the only country getting Disney+ on November 12th.

Disney's Direct-to-Consumer and International Group has also confirmed that they have come to an agreement to use Apple, Google, Microsoft, Roku and Sony to access Disney+ through TV and mobile devices.

Roku streaming players and Roku TV models. According to Deadline, Disney is still in negotiations for the platform to launch in other territories.

There are, however, some notable exceptions with no mention of support on Samsung Smart TVs or Amazon's Fire TV platform. 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+.

Along with housing titles from Disney brands including Marvel, Pixar, Lucasfilm and its own vault, Disney+ will feature a number of original productions. 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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