We recently learned that Disney+ will offer a $12.99 bundle that includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+, but there is a catch. These will be limited versions of Hulu and ESPN+.
Earlier this year Hulu upped the number of streams from one to two on its limited-commercial plan. (Hulu rarely had enforced the one stream limit before this.) Now if you get the $12.99 bundle you will only get one stream.
ESPN+ allows you to stream on five devices at once, but if you get the $12.99 bundle you will be limited to two streams at once.
The good news is you will be able to stream the different services at the same time. So, you will be able to stream Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ all at the same time on different devices.
Some other good news is unlike with Netflix, which charges extra if you want to have 4K streaming, Disney+ will include 4K streaming in the $6.99 monthly plan and the $12.99 bundled price.
What do you think of the limitations on the Disney+ bundle? Leave us a comment and let us know.
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