Today, Wednesday, the Walt Disney Company announced an increase in the prices of its entertainment services flow Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu, including subscriptions supported by streaming ads.
The company confirmed, as part of its third-quarter earnings report, that starting December 8, US users for the new ad-supported subscription Disney+ will pay $7.99 per month, while people who already pay that price to watch ad-free content will pay $10.99 per month. .
Meanwhile, for Hulu users, starting October 10, the ad-supported service subscription will increase from $6.99 to $7.99 per month, while the ad-free plan will increase from $12.99 to $14.99 per month.
Likewise, the monthly subscription to ESPN+ will increase from $6.99 to $9.99, while the annual subscription will increase from $69.99 to $99.99.
People who sign up for a subscription that includes Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu will pay $14.99, which is an increase of $1. The company will offer a new subscription that includes Disney+ and Hulu, with ads, for $9.99, while the price for all three services, with ads, will be $12.99.
Disney reported combined losses of more than $1.1 billion across its three streaming services. flowdespite having 152.1 million Disney+ subscribers, 46.2 million Hulu, and 22.8 million ESPN+ subscribers.