Netflix vs Disney + Hotstar: Subscription Plans Compared

Netflix vs Disney + Hotstar: Subscription Plans Compared

Netflix has become a top choice among movie lovers and TV enthusiastic. The original content, ease of use, and low cost of subscription facilitate streaming of high-quality content. This week, it has come up with new plans. Netflix slashed its subscription plans and cuts all four plans straightaway by at least ₹150. This brings Netflix in close competition with its rival, Disney + Hotstar.

In this article, we have come up with Netflix vs Disney + Hotstar so that you can pick plans wisely.

Subscription Plans For Netflix vs Disney + Hotstar

Netflix Plans

At present, Netflix provides 4 subscription plans starting from cheapest to the most expensive. The ₹149/month mobile plan offers your entire library content at 480p in India. You can watch the movie, web series, or TV serials on only one device i.e., tablet, or mobile. The basic plan that costs ₹199/month allows you to watch SD content on the phone, tablet, computer, and TV.

The mid-tier or standard plan costs ₹499/month with full HD content support. Lastly, its most expensive plan is priced at ₹649 per month which lets you watch content at 4K + HDR content.

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Disney + Hotstar Plans

Disney + Hotstar offers 3 subscription plans including a free plan that comes with ads. The mobile plan starts with ₹499 per year and you get access to all HD content with one device facility. Its super plan costs ₹899 per year that offers full HD resolution content supporting only two devices.

Disney + Hotstar Premium plan lets you watch videos at 4K resolution on any of the devices, it costs ₹1499 per year.

Now you can decide yourself by reading Netflix vs Disney + Hotstar, which plan suits your budget and interest the most.

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