Marvel, Star Wars and Disney geeks can ready their wallets now that Disney has finally announced that its streaming service will launch in Thailand at the end of next month.
Disney CEO Robert Chapek today announced during the company’s quarterly financial briefing that Disney+ will reach Thai viewers June 30, nearly a month after it hits Malaysia on June 1.
No subscription cost has been revealed yet, but fans have speculated that it may range from THB80 to THB125 per month or THB299 for three months.
Disney+ so far has only been available in two Southeast Asian countries: Indonesia and Singapore.
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