All You Need To Know About Disney Plus, Pricing, Launch, Lineup And More

Disney Plus

There are so many who has been waiting so long for the launch of Disney+, is is an American subscription video on-demand streaming service owned by the Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International division of The Walt Disney Company.

Disney Plus

This is over-the-top media services by Disney who promises to rock the world bringing incredible entertainment for its fans or everyone, though its launch may be bad emergence for other two biggest streaming services like Amazon Prime and Netflix.

To a certain extent, Disney+ is reported to be offer new streaming option for families, Star Wars and MCU fans, and so competitively price is set to get subscription.

Fans have so long been excited for the launch of Disney Plus, which is initially scheduled to be launched in three nations like Netherlands, the United States, and Canada on November 12, 2019.

The next release is planned for two other countries like New Zealand and Australia on November, 19, while the subscribers can experience Disney Plus streaming at exact time as it rolled out.

Nonetheless, third roll out is for the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain and France, on March 31st, 2020, while other nations have to wait so long to enjoy Disney + streaming service.

What Does It Cost?

For the United States people Disney+ offers $6.99/month or $69.99/year, while $8.99/month or $89.99 per year in Canada.

One of the most interesting and important things for its subscribers is that they will be enjoying some additional benefits such as Dolby Atmos support, 4 simultaneous streams, 4K Ultra HD in Dolby Vision and HDR10, and downloadable content.

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Disney Plus subscription offers may devastate Netflix business who charges $16 for a month. It is a million dollars streaming service but at lowest price as compared to others like HBO or HBO Max.

Disney+ is compatible with devices are PlayStation 4, iOS, Fire TV, Apple TV, Xbox One, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TVs, Android, LG Smart TVs, Web browsers, and Roku.