Bob Iger, Disney CEO, has revealed plans for a cut-price streaming bundle featuring the forthcoming Disney+ service. The bundle will cost $13 per month and give you access to Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu. That's the same price as you would currently pay for a standard subscription on Netflix.
The Disney bundle, revealed to investors in the company's quarterly earnings call, will launch in November alongside the launch of the new Disney+ streaming video service.
By comparison, if you only want Disney+, it looks likely you will be paying around $6.99 per month – so the service is going to be competitively priced however you get it.
Amazon is already going down a similar route, adding live sport to its video offerings around the world. (There's still no confirmation of when Disney+ might launch in territories outside the US.)
Iger said Disney+ will offer 300 movies at launch, including Star Wars, Pixar and Marvel titles, with the promise of 400 titles during Disney+'s first year.