Disney’s has launched streaming service, Disney Plus (or Disney+), launched to a rousing fanfare in the US country, Canada and the Netherlands in last November, and now it is available in several markets, including the Unitedkingdom.
Given the service’s competitive pricing of (£5.99/$8.99 per month), you might be wondering if Disney Plus is better than Amazon Video and thr Netflix.
What is Disney Plus?
It’s Disney’s entertainment streaming service has been originally announced back in the 2017 and now available in few countries like, US, Canada, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, the UK, Austria, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. Its France and India launch has been delayed.
Disney says it wants to launch “in most major markets within of the first two years” and it
have 90 million subscribers by the end of the 2020. Given the volume and the quality of the content it has to offers, would you bet against for it?
There the Hollywood giant has seen what Netflix is doing and thought it could do with a piece of the action that. To that the end, Disney is taking its ball back and pulling its Star Wars and Marvel franchises from its now arch-rival.
It’s a wise move. Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and the forthcoming Apple TV Plus are building their streaming businesses on offering original content that you can’t see anywhere else and also the Youtibe originas. Disney’s nearly-century-old back catalogue plus its lucrative subsidiaries means there’s plenty to tempt viewers following the launch, whereas its upstart rivals have had to start from scratch. In the streaming business, that’s a huge advantage.
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How much does Disney Plus cost?
The big news is it’s cheaper than Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
The Disney streaming service costs $6.99 per month in the US, where Netflix starts at $9 a month and Amazon’s monthly price is $8.99.
If you’d rather pay annually, it will cost you $70 a year. That’s a saving of around $14 on the monthly price. If you’re happy to sign up to three years of Disney+ now, you could save a pretty penny. The House of Mouse recently launched discounted pre-orders for the service, offering a three-year-deal for $23 off the regular price – that works out at just $3.92 per month.
Amidst the lack of clarity, India news has likely discovered the potential price of Disney+ in India. We stumbled on the pricing for the service while trying to access it in India. So, Walt Disney is likely to price the Disney+ video streaming service at Rs 590 per month or Rs 5,900 per year.
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UK & Europe :
Disney costs £5.99/€6.99 per month, or £59.99/€69.99 for an annual subscription – which works out as just under £5/€6 per month, undercutting Netflix’s cheapest offering (£5.99/€7.99 per month) on a yearly basis.
Disney Plus is priced at $8.99CAD per month (or $89.99 per year) in Canada, and €6.99 per month (or €69.99 per year) in the Netherlands. In Australia it will be priced at $8.99AUD per month (or $89.99 per year) and in New Zealand it’s $9.99NZD per month (or $99.99 per year), respectively.
There’s also a special Disney bundle in the US that costs $12.99 per month and gives you access to Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu.
The $6.99 price gets you four simultaneous streams, as well as 4K that’s something Netflix can only offer on its Premium tier, which costs $15.99 a month. Disney Plus customers can create and manage up to seven profiles on a single account, too.
Disney hasn’t announced any other tiers of subscriptions. At the moment, it seems it’s going all in on the basic package, which should give it a real advantage over Netflix.
What can you watch on Disney Plus?
Lots. At launch, it offers “over 500 films, 350 series and 26 Disney+ Originals”. These include Toy Story 4, the live-action version of The Lion King and the highly anticipated sequel to Frozen. TV series based on Monsters Inc. and High School Musical have also joined the party.
Disney classics including Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Beauty and the Beast, Pinocchio, Bambi, The Lion King, Lady and The Tramp, Peter Pan, The Little Mermaid, and Cinderella are all there too, as well as three of the four most profitable films ever made: Avatar, Avengers: Endgame and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.