Disney Announces International Dates For Disney+

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Disney has now announced the places and prices that will get Disney+ later this year. Some countries will be getting it not much longer than the November release date that was announced for North America a few weeks ago.

On November 12th, 2019, Disney announced that the Disney+ service will be coming to Canada and The Netherlands.

This is the same day that the service is coming to the USA. In Canada it costs (C$8.99 per month, or $89.99 per year) while in The Netherlands it costs €6.99 or €69.99 for a month and year respectively.

A week later on November 19th, 2019, the service will head down under to the countries of Australia and New Zealand. The prices are NZ$9.99 or NZ$99.99 for Kiwis and A$8.99 or A$89.99 for Ozzies.

The service will be available for you to watch via Google, Apple, the Xbox One as well as the PS4. There should be more details on the services rollout later this year.

The biggest draw is that the service will debut The Mandalorian. This will be the first ever Star Wars TV show. Later in the future, many Marvel TV shows will make their debut as well as exclusive feature movies.

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