What is Disney Plus Streaming Service?
Disney Plus is a new streaming service that will become available starting on November 12, 2019. This new service will challenge Netflix, Hulu, and similar high-end services. Disney Plus is not going to come with as many movies or television shows as Netflix, however, they do hope to draw in more customers with a variety of high-profile exclusive content.
This exclusive content consists of nearly every Disney movie, including some hard to find animated features and other hits like Star Wars. Disney plus will include features such as Frozen 2, Toy Story 4, and the new Lion King. These new movies will have exclusive streaming available on the service. Sadly, Avengers: Endgame will not be available during the launch of Disney Plus. Avengers: Endgame will be coming to the service by December 11th.
Aside from the wide variety of exclusive content, Disney Plus will include approximately 7,000 television episodes and 400-500 movies during launch.
What Is Included With Disney Plus?
Disney Plus will come with a big deal at a small price. Users looking to order this service can get it for as little as $6.99/month or $69.99/year. With this subscription customers, cand get endless entertainment with unlimited downloads! You can download your favorite shows and movies to watch where you want when you want!
Customers can access this service on all devices including the following:
- Smart TV’s
- Mobile Phones
- and even gaming consoles!
Never Before Seen Content!
With your subscription, you are getting access to exclusive never before seen content. These original feature fims, series, short-form content, and documentaries can only be viewed through a Disney Plus subscription. Since Disney is inspired by greatness we can expect these exclusive titles to be great.
In June 2019, Morgan Stanley analyst Benjamin Swinburne projected that Disney+ could have 13 million subscribers by the end of 2020, and 50 million subscribers across all of its online video services, which include Disney +, Hulu, and ESPN+. By 2024, the analyst projected that Disney+ could have more than 130 million subscribers.
That projection is considered a conservative one, as it has just 10% of broadband-ready homes subscribing to Disney+, as compared to the 25-30% that have Netflix subscriptions.