Disney has revealed its plans for international pricing and rollout. While the streaming service is set to launch in the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands on 12 November 2019, those in Australia and New Zealand will only be able to access Disney Plus on 19 November 2019 (via Variety).

Meanwhile, other countries not mentioned above will likely have to wait longer for Disney Plus to reach their shores. This is especially so for the Southeast Asian region, who always gets the short thrift on these sort of deals. The company has previously promised that the streaming service will release in almost every part of the world in the next two years.

Americans will need to dish out US$6.99 per month for Disney Plus, or US$12.99 to gain access to Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu, which is quite a bargain.

In Canada, the service will cost $8.99 (Canadian) per month, and in the Netherlands, the price will be €6.99 per month. On the other hand, Australia and New Zealand will be priced at AUS$8.99 per month, and NZ$9.99 per month.

Stay tuned on Kakuchopurei to find out if or when Disney Plus will be coming to Malaysia and the rest of Southeast Asia. For more details on the streaming service’s content, head on over here.


 

 

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