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Disney has begun taking preorders for their new streaming service, Disney+, which gives users access to Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic content, all from one service.
Following the conclusion of a discounted pre-sale on Disney's D23 fan club website, the company has opened a preorder page for Disney+ for everybody, with the option to buy a $6.99 per month plan or a $69.99 per year plan. The plan launches with a 7-day trial period as well.
Users who want to bundle the subscription with ad supported ESPN+ and Hulu for $12.99 per month will have to wait until the service officially launches.
The service is set to launch on November 12 and will give consumers access to the media conglomerate's vast catalogue of video content. Disney+ will launch with 25 original series and ten new films its first year.
It was revealed at the D23 Expo this year that subscribers will be able to stream from up to four devices simultaneously at a maximum resolution of 4K. Additionally, users will be able to set up a maximum of seven individual profiles, making it useful for managing the viewing habits of larger families.
Two weeks prior to the Disney+ launch, Apple's Apple TV+, service fires up for $4.99 a month.