Disney+ is expected to launch later this year where it will be priced starting at $6.99 a month. The service is expected to be extremely competitive given the strong franchises under Disney’s belt, but given how established other services such as Netflix is, it could still prove to be a hard sell.
However, we have heard that Disney could be trying to put together a bundle of various streaming services it owns under a single price, and sure enough they have. If you’re interested in sports and content offered on Hulu, Disney has announced a new bundle that will include Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month.
This makes it almost twice as expensive as the base price of Disney+, but when you consider that the cheapest tier of Hulu is offered at $5.99 a month, this seems like a pretty good deal. However, we should mention that the version of Hulu offered is the version that comes with ads, not the ad-free version, so that’s something to take into consideration.
Disney+ is currently set for a launch this November, so this bundle is expected to be launched in November as well. Disney+ will also only be available in the US at the start, but there are plans to eventually bring its service to more international markets in the future.
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