Disney+ expands its presence in Europe with 7 new markets

Disney+ to be available on Samsung Smart TVs in the UK from tomorrow

Unlimited downloads will be available on up to 10 devices, and there will be personalised recommendations for films and original series.

According to Deadline, Disney+ has officially launched in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, and Switzerland.

Pricing is £5.99/€6.99 per month, or £59.99/€69.99 for an annual subscription.

Though Disney Plus has now launched in the United Kingdom - with a whole host of TV shows and movies from the likes of Marvel, Star Wars and the Disney library - it doesn't have everything that the U.S. version of Disney+ does.

Users can access Disney+ through a range of platforms, including iOS, Android and Amazon, gaming consoles like the Xbox One, and smart TVs including LG and Samsung.

The new streaming service from The Walt Disney Company will provide fans of all ages a new way to discover the unrivaled content from its iconic entertainment brands.

The house of mouse is expected to come to the rescue of thousands of families stuck at home as a result of the coronavirus outbreak who are looking for more and more ways to entertain their offspring. Kids have been still since 7am!

You just need to sign in using your Disney+ account and away you go. The mobile network is offering new and upgrading customers the chance to nab six months of the streaming service for free by adding it to their existing plan.

Films available to watch now include all the Disney classics like 101 Dalmatians, Bambi, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella and more. It's also available on APK Mirror.

The service will be available in other countries across the world, including Belgium, the Nordics and Portugal, in summer 2020.

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