There is no word on how much Disney’s upcoming streaming service, Disney+, could cost at launch. However, we imagine that in a bid to stay competitive, Disney will probably not deviate too far from how much current services charge, but that’s just speculation on our part since there are no official details yet.
The good news is that Disney has hinted that there could be some kind of discount if you were to subscribe to multiple services at once. Speaking at the company’s annual Investor Day, the company’s Direct to Consumer president Kevin Mayer hinted that the company could offer a discount for those who were to subscribe to Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu (who Disney now owns a controlling stake in).
Exactly how much the entire bundle would cost is anyone’s guess since Disney has yet to officially the price, but hopefully it won’t be too pricey. More recently, YouTube has announced the price hike of its YouTube TV service where it will now be priced at $50. This is a huge jump over the previous price, but it gives us an idea of what kind of pricing we might be looking at for larger, bundled services.
Disney+ still does not have a specific release date yet except to say that it will be coming this fall. The service is also expected to be limited to the US at launch before the service eventually finds its way to other markets.
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