Disney+ will be launched on November 12, 2019. However, the service will not be available in most countries of the world as the video streaming service will be launched only in countries like Canada, the Netherland, and in the United States of America. The following week, Disney+ will be launched in Australia and New Zealand.
When it launches in November, Disney+ is expected to compete with top video streaming platforms like Hulu, Sling TV, Netflix, etc. Subscribers will be granted access to thousands of past and present movies and TV shows from Walt Disney Studios and Walt Disney Television.
In the United States, subscribers will enjoy Disney+ for a month by paying $6.99. If someone wants to subscribe for a year, it will cost $69.96. It is important to note that the service price in each country may not be the same. For instance, Canadians will spend $8.99 to enjoy the service for a month, and the subscription for a whole year will cost $89.99.
Disney + will be available in only three countries when it becomes available on November 12th this year. Then, by November 19th it will be available in two more countries. It arrives first, of course to the United States, as well as Canada and the Netherlands.
About a week later, it goes to Australia and New Zealand. It will be most affordable in the United States, where it will cost $6.99 per month. It will be most expensive in New Zealand, where service will be $9.99.
The mid-range prices will be in Australia and Canada, where it will cost $8.99. Disney is planning on having Disney + be available in all major markets within the first two years, which means that some countries won't receive the service until 2021.