Disney+ expands its presence in Europe with 7 new markets
Disney+ is a streaming platform that was available in three countries since its rollout in November, but now it is expanding to seven more markets. Starting today, the streaming service will be available in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, and Austria.
The subscription for Disney+ costs £5.99/€5.99 per month or £59.99/€59.99 per year. Its library is full of hit titles from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, all the Star Wars franchise, and National Geographic. There is also The Mandalorian, which is exclusive on Disney+, its popularity boosted by the numerous Baby Yoda memes. Sadly, it will air just like in the United States - two episodes available now, the rest coming on a weekly basis.
Disney+ was also supposed to arrive in France, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, Disney decided to postpone the launch. The other countries will get reduced streaming quality for the next month to help ease the strain on the EU servers. There will also be slight differences in the libraries between the United States, the United Kingdom, and the rest of Europe.
What do you mean?
- 10 Mar 2021
That's different this is a streaming service like Netflix which hasn't been launched in India yet and its not free.
- 25 Mar 2020
Ummm what about no. Youtube is full of disney things and is for free.
- 25 Mar 2020