When Disney+ was announced for the United States, many of our friends in Canada wondered when they would see the service. Well, we’re glad to let you know that Disney+ will be launching in Canada on November 12th. This is the same day it launches here in the United States and that is a rare thing. Most of the time, Canada has to wait a bit before getting the same services. We’re not entirely sure why, but that is very often the case.
Now that you know that Canada is going to get Disney+ on the 12th of November, you’re probably wondering the price as well. Well, it will cost Canadians CAD$8.99 a month or CAD$89.99 a year. But Canada isn’t the only one who has good news here. The Netherlands will also see a November 12th launch with prices sitting at EUR€6.99 a month or EUR€69.99 per year.
Australia and New Zealand will see the launch of Disney+ just a week later and their pricing will be AUD$8.99 a month or AUD$89.99 per year and NZD$9.99 a month or NZD$99.99 per year.
Not only did we get launch dates for several countries, but we also have the device support Disney+ will have at launch. And here it is:
- Apple (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV, and fully integrated with the Apple TV app; customers can subscribe to Disney+ via in-app purchase);
- Google (Android phones, Android TV devices, Google Chromecast, and Chromecast built-in devices);
- Microsoft (Xbox One);
- Sony / Sony Interactive Entertainment (PlayStation®4 and all Android-based Sony TVs);
- Roku (Roku streaming players and Roku TV models)
According to Cordcutters News, if you attend D23 the big Disney convention happening this week Disney will give you 33% off Disney+ if you agree to a 3-year contract. Disney is also exploring ways of stopping users from password sharing on their new service, as we reported earlier.
Last Updated on February 3, 2021.