Disney +: an imminent arrival
After much patience, we recently learned about the release date of Disney + in UK. The content on demand platform made a first stop in selected countries at the end of 2019 and now, four months later, it will do the same in English territory (among other regions).
It will be on March 24 when the service is available for your contract in our country. Those interested, remember, may opt for two subscription modalities: the monthly one, for 6.99 euros a month or a year, for 69.99 euros, being able to try the service for 7 days and cancel before it expires so as not to pay in case you are not finally determined to hire it.
In UK, a new option will be offered within the content services on demand that will only put the batteries to the rest. Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV +, among others, will now have even more competition, with an increasingly varied and different landscape within the entertainment of the small screen.
Disney + now on Twitter
A few years ago it seemed unthinkable and, today, it is one of those actions that every brand must do at the beginning of its journey in the market, if it wants to have sufficient projection and contact with its users. We refer, of course, to your registration on social networks, especially on Twitter, a favorite channel for many companies to communicate their ads.
Disney was not going to be less and this morning it has appeared through its new Disney + account specially created for the English market. Under the user of @DisneyPlusEs (It has no loss or mystery), the platform greeted this morning the community of blue bird with a tweet inviting everyone to follow her to keep up to date with all her news:
Hi! ? We are already here, and we are looking forward to it. Go preparing the confetti and the fireworks, there are only a few weeks left before the launch in UK. Follow @DisneyPlusES to keep up to date with all the news of #DisneyPlus. pic.twitter.com/UTpjim6BdH
– Disney + ES (@DisneyPlusES) February 17, 2020
In addition to this first message, the service has taken advantage of the attention to ask some basic questions (and answer them, of course) about its operation and contents. He has clarified in this way that we can see The Mandalorian from the same day March 24, that there will be several languages available and subtitles for their contents and that “many” of these will be released at the same time as in the US (Although there may also be regional limitations with some titles -as in all services of this type, go-).
He also recalled that they can be created up to 7 profiles with a subscription, being able to see 4 different contents on 4 screens at a time, and that the contents can be downloaded, making use of an app that will also be available from the day of release.
As you can see, there is little left for Disney + to reach our lives with all its arsenal and contribute to an interesting panorama of supply on demand in UK. Do you plan to subscribe?