In the US, Disney+ is set to cost US$6.99 per month.
For instance, Disney has a broadcasting deal with Toronto-based media company Corus Entertainment, which operates the Disney Channel and several other family channels that carry many of its new shows, such as "Girl Meets World" and "Ducktales". Shortly thereafter, Australia and New Zealand will be granted access to the service on November 19.
Disney says the service will be available on almost al major mobile and connected TV devices at launch with global distribution agreements in place with Apple, Google, Microsoft, Roku and Sony.
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.
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Disney's move comes at bad time for Netflix, which recently admitted that its price hikes throttled its subscriber growth in its second quarter, when its U.S. users declined by 130,000 to 60.1 million. It's not clear exactly why Amazon's devices aren't supported, though.
When Disney announced Disney+ the only official devices supported were Roku and the PlayStation 4.
The announcement follows Disney's quarterly earnings call, and confirms CEO Bob Iger's statement that worldwide rollout for Disney+ would come very quickly. That price is the same as Netflix Inc's most popular plan, which allows streaming on two devices simultaneously.
A range of Disney favourites will be available on the streaming service. This news comes just days after Disney revealed a $12.99 per month streaming bundle which will include Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu.