Disney+ is already available in the Netherlands, as it was the initial country that Disney used to test the service before launching it in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
The Disney Plus release date has been confirmed for United Kingdom and major European territories, with the Walt Disney Co. revealing the streaming service will hit those regions on March 24. Disney also confirmed prices for the region, which is exactly what you would expect: £ 5.99 / € 6.99 per month or £ 59.99 / € 69.99 for an annual subscription.
All the details of what Disney + will bring can be found in our summary entry with the technical and catalog data of the platform. Disney also added that the streamer will come to additional Europe markets including Belgium, the Nordics and Portugal in summer 2020.
The Irish launch date for Disney's new streaming service Disney+ has been pushed forward by a week.
Disney + is now available in only three markets, including Canada, the Netherlands, and the U.S., making viewing some content a tedious task for most people.
This makes Disney about equal the cost of Netflix's Basic Plan ($8 a month/£5.99 a month), but much cheaper than Netflix's Standard Plan ($12.99/£8.99). Previously, the service had been announced to premiere on March 31st.
Among the programmes available at launch will be The Mandalorian, the critically acclaimed series set in the world of Star Wars. The European date was originally set for March 31. The service will launch with content embracing a raft of Pixar titles, Marvel films, the Star Wars franchise (plus new The Mandalorian TV series), as well as content from the likes of National Geographic.
Thankfully, we don't have to wait too long, as it's just been announced that Disney+ has a launch date of March 24th.
Users will also be allowed to use four concurrent streams of the platform, create up to seven profiles and download unlimited amounts of content on up to 10 devices.
Indeed, uptake has been so fierce that Disney has said it expects between 60-90 million people will have subscribed to the streaming service by 2024.