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Disney+ Basic with ads is now available in the US

Disney+ Basic with ads is now available in the US

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(Pocket-lint) – Disney has officially launched an ad-supported program for Disney+.

The new Disney+ Basic subscription, announced a month ago, will cost $7.99 per month. That’s $3 less than Disney+ Premium, but includes ads from more than 100 brands on all streamed content.

In addition, Disney+ Basic subscribers do not have access to certain premium features B. Downloads for offline viewing and GroupWatch. Also, Dolby Atmos audio playback is currently only available to premium subscribers.

However, unlike some other streaming services with ad-supported tiers, Disney+ allows its basic members to enjoy 4K Ultra HD movies with HDR10/Dolby Vision. This includes profiles, parental controls, simultaneous streaming on four devices and access to the entire series and movie library.

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Disney+ Premium subscription costs $10.99 per month, $109.99 per year in the US.

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There are other ways to subscribe to Basic, including Hulu and ESPN+.

A Disney Bundle Duo includes Disney+ (with ads) and Hulu (with ads) for $9.99 per month. A Disney Bundle Trio basic package includes Disney+ (with ads), Hulu (with ads) and ESPN+ (with ads) for $12.99 per month.

Hulu (ads included) + Live TV package including Hulu (ads included) + Live TV, Disney+ (ads included) and ESPN+ (ads included) for $69.99 per month.


There is currently no ad-supported service in Disney+ territories other than the UK, Europe and the US.

Written by Rick Henderson.