Since its launch in other countries, Disney + has become one of the strongest alternatives to Netflix, making the competition for the crown in the streaming market ever strongerThanks to all the acquisitions that Disney has made recently, among which we can count the cinematic universes of Marvel and Star Wars to name a few.
Currently Disney + already has more than 60.5 million subscribers around the world, and hopes to significantly increase that number this November 17, when it makes its official arrival to the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
From November onwards, Disney + will be the only streaming platform where all the exclusive and original content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographics will be released and will be found with unlimited and perpetual access for its subscribers.
This means that other competing streaming platforms such as Netflix or Amazon Prime, will only have access in their catalog to the previous titles for which they paid licenses, and possibly only until the expiration of theseIn the USA, Netflix could not renew its Disney content for the platform.
New productions for 2021
It has not yet been specified if Mulan’s live action film will have an additional cost to be seen on the platform, as it happens in other countries at the moment where an extra amount of $ 30 must be paid to see the film, but if It has been announced that this film will be available to subscribers in this region starting December 4.
Regarding the exclusive content for Disney +, these are some of the advances that have been given to us, regarding what we can expect for the remainder of 2020 and 2021:
Catalog available on launch day
Latin American subscribers will have access to an extensive catalog of historical contents produced by Disney and its associated brands, from day one. Here is a sample of what we can expect:
Unfortunately, the prices that Disney + will have in Latin America have not yet been made official, but it is speculated that the price of a standard subscription with access to two screens and HD content quality, It must be between $ 6 to $ 7 dollars, that is, between $ 20,000 and $ 26,000 Colombian pesos, to practically keep up with what a standard Netflix subscription costs in the region.