Disney+ is rolling out its streaming service to 42 new countries and 11 territories this week, Variety reports. On Tuesday, the service launched in Greece, Turkey and countries in Central Eastern Europe, including Poland, Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic and Croatia. By June 16, the Walt Disney Company would have expanded into 60 countries across Europe, West Asia and Africa.
Disney+ arrived in South Africa on May 18, and also debuted in North Africa and West Asia on June 8. By June 16, those in Austria, Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Bahrain, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Oman, Palestine Territories, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, U.K., Vatican City and Yemen will all have access to the service.
This week, the streaming service is also launching in new territories including Denmark’s Faroe Islands, France’s French Polynesia, French Southern Territories and St. Pierre and Miquelon Overseas Collective, Finland’s Åland Islands, the Netherlands’ Sint Maarten, Norway’s Svalbard & Jan Mayen and the U.K.’s British Indian Ocean Territory, Gibraltar, Pitcairn Islands and St Helena. The full list of local subscription prices is available here.
In March, Disney+ announced it was working on a cheaper ad-supported plan coming out later this year in the US before rolling out to other countries in 2023. The streaming service currently has more than 87 million subscribers but still has a long way to catch up with Netflix’s 220 million subscribers and presence in more than 190 countries.