It’s been a long time coming, but next week Britons will finally be able to subscribe to Disney+ and binge on its brimming catalogue of content.
Disney+ offers a ton of product for your pound – the service costs £5.99 per month or £59.99 for the year. For that price you’ll be able to stream in 4K and have a maximum of four people binging at once.
Conversely, Netflix prices its service from £5.99, too. However this will only let you stream in standard definition and allow one person to do so at any time.
You’ll have to cough up £11.99 for Netflix’s Premium plan if you want the same benefits as Disney+.
Although it’s already beating Netflix when it comes to price, Disney isn’t resting on its laurels with its new streaming service. In fact, the media conglomerate is discounting the service by £10 if you pre-order it and commit to a year’s subscription.
That means you can get a whole 12-months of Disney+ for just £49.99. You’ll have to be quick if you want to take advantage of this deal though – it’ll only be around until the streaming service launches on Tuesday, March 24.
• Disney+ 12-month subscription – £49.99
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If, for some reason, you haven’t heard of Disney+, then here’s a quick rundown. The streaming service is the American firm’s challenger to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video and boasts a swathe of content for kids and adults to get feverishly excited about.
In addition to boasting all your childhood favourites like Aladdin, The Lion King and Mulan, Disney+ also has a number of exclusive shows worth shouting about.
The most popular of these has been far and away The Mandalorian that’s set in the Star Wars universe and tells the tale of a lone bounty hunter.
If you can name a device with an internet connection, there’s a very good chance you’ll be able to stream Disney+ on it. Everything from games consoles to streaming sticks will be able to stream the firm’s humongous content offering.
Disney+ will launch in the UK on March 24, so there’s not long to wait if you’re itching to try this new service.
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Published at Fri, 20 Mar 2020 06:30:00 +0000