Disney has finally revealed the first elements of its international rollout plans for the Disney+ streaming service. Until now the company’s discussion of the service has been strictly about its domestic launch on November 12th.
That has changed today with news that the service will go live on or near day-and-date with the United States in a number of international territories. These include Canada and the Netherlands on November 12th and Australia and New Zealand on November 19th.
In Canada, it will be priced C$8.99 per month, or $89.99 per year, and in Holland, it will cost €6.99 per month of €69.99 per year, In Australia, it will cost A$8.99 per month or $89.99 per year, and NZ$9.99 per month or $99.99 in New Zealand.
Customers will be able to subscribe to Disney+ directly or via in-app purchases and the service will be available on a slew of platforms including Apple TV, Roku, Google, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Sony Android TVs.
The service is also expected to launch in a number of other territories and the studio is in negotiations to make this happen.
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