Disney+ will launch in Canada alongside the US and device support announced

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Disney+ will launch on November 12th 2019 at the same time as the US and priced at CAD$8.99 a month.

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.

Disney+ Canada
Disney is also exploring ways of stopping users from password sharing on their new service, as we reported earlier.

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.

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  Source: Cordcutters

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