Disney+ is expected to open its door to customers in November. The service is expected to first launch in Canada, Netherlands, Australia, New Zeland, and the United States.
And ahead of the November 12 launch, Disney opened up public pre-orders for the streaming service last night. Those interested in Disney+ will now be able to pre-order their subscription and get instant access when the service launches in November.
Disney+, for those unfamiliar, comes at $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year if you get the annual subscription. Disney is letting you pre-order the service now, with a free 7-day trial. It’s a pretty good deal considering the content Disney+ will have, and the fact that it will offer 4 simultaneous streams and 4K/UHD content. Apple TV+ is actually much cheaper at $4.99 a month, but the content is going to be very limited on Apple’s service.
Disney isn’t letting users pre-order the ad-supported Hulu and ESPN+ bundle that comes a $12.99, though.
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