Disney+ is all set to give rivals like Prime Video, Netflix, etc a run for their money as according to a news report, customers can sign up for a monthly subscription pass at $6.99 (approximately ₹495) a month or straight-up pay for an annual fee of $69.99 (approximately ₹4,900).
There’s also a bundle option which will give you access to Disney+, sports streaming service ESPN+, and ad-supported Hulu but it won’t be available before the launch date, i.e. November 12th. Consumers will have to pay $12.99 a month (approximately ₹920).
Like any other subscription-based streaming services, all Disney+ packages will be automatically renewed and if not satisfied with the content, users can cancel at any time before each renewal date. If you don’t want to pay without getting an experience of what Disney+ has to offer, you can sign up for the seven-day free trial.
Select Disney membership holders, including those who attended D23, have already gotten the access to some Disney+ subscription. Those living in the Netherlands have access to the beta version. As for Indian users, Hotstar will exclusively stream the content from Disney+
Disney+ is planning to launch 25 original series and 10 original films in the first year. The prestigious show includes Star Wars show The Mandalorian, and The Lady and the Tramp (a live-action version).
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