The war between streaming services is heating up. During today’s investors call, Disney revealed it would be offering a streaming bundle with Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu for the relatively low price of $12.99 a month starting in November.
That matches the price of Netflix’s standard plan, which lacks Ultra HD but allows streaming to two screens simultaneously. Hulu, ESPN+, and Disney+ will also be available separately for $5.99, $4.99, and $6.99 a month.
The streaming services may be available through “Amazon, Apple, and other distributors,” according to Iger. Disney has not marked any deals with the aforementioned companies, but told investors “we feel it’s important for us to achieve scale quickly, and we think it’s going to be an important part of that. They’re all interested in distributing the product.”
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