Disney is discounting the price of an annual subscription to its streaming service in Europe, ahead of its launch scheduled for March 24th. Customers who subscribe before March 23 will receive a 10 euro discount, with the annual subscription price being 59.99 euro. The promotion will not apply to the Netherlands, where the service is already active.
This means that the price per month will be 5 euros, instead of the 6.99 foreseen by the normal price list. In the United States, the service offered a similar reduction by also working with Verizon to offer a year of service free of charge with certain more advantageous plans.
Although the European launch of Disney Plus is really close, there is still confusion as to what content will be available at launch. Disney has yet to confirm, for example, whether The Simpsons will be available for streaming on the service in the United Kingdom and whether it is unclear whether The Mandalorian will be available all at once, or whether it will receive a staggered release schedule like in the United States.
Other Disney Plus titles coming to Europe include High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, The World According To Jeff Goldblum, and Lady and the Tramp's live-action.
The service was successfully launched in the United States, where it exceeded 10 million subscribers on its first day, with over 28 million subscribers since the beginning of this month, well beyond analysts' forecasts, which was among the 10 and 18 million subscribers in its first year.
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