The Walt Disney Co. on Monday unveiled the first global launch dates -- and pricing -- for its upcoming streaming service Disney+, setting dates for Canada, the Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand.
Disney+ will bow in Canada and the Netherlands in tandem with the United States, where the service becomes available Nov. 12. The Canadian version of Disney+ will be priced at CAD $8.99 per month, or CAD $89.99 per year. The Dutch version will cost 6.99 euros per month, or 69.99 euros per year.
At current exchange rates, the Canadian service will be slightly cheaper than its U.S. equivalent ($6.77 per month compared to the U.S. version, which will start at $6.99 per month). The Dutch version of Disney+, however, will be more expensive in U.S. dollars, at $7.75 per month, based on current exchange rates.