Disney+ Launching in Eight More European Countries on September 15


It looks like Disney+ will be reaching more people in late summer, 2020. According to Variety the streaming service will be launching to eight more European markets on September 15th.

The new countries will be: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal and Sweden. They will join the other eight markets currently receiving the service in Europe including: Austria, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the U.K.

The prices for the areas have also been announced:

In Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Iceland and Luxembourg, the service will cost €6.99 ($7.87) monthly or €69.99 ($78.84) annually. In Norway, it will cost NOK69 ($7.18) monthly or NOK689 ($71.72) annually; in Sweden SEK69 ($7.36) or SEK689 ($73.57); and in Denmark DKK59 ($8.91) or DKK589 ($89).

The Mandalorian will be available at launch along with other popular titles. Disney hopes this can boost their subscriber counts even higher. Right now the streaming service is the bright spot in the company due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down the theme parks and the movie theaters for so long.

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Source: Variety

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