Disney+ is expected to cost $12.42 per month in Israel, but Yes is likely to charge $9.32 as part of a package.
Israeli operator Bezeq and its TV services unit Yes have signed a preferential cooperation agreement with Disney+, Globes reported citing sources familiar with the deal.
As a result, Yes will offer Disney+ through its streaming platform, after the service launches in Israel in the summer, and will pay Disney ILS 150m ($46.59m) over three years. Yes has committed to a minimum of 100,000 subscribers after one year, 150,000 subscribers after two years and 200,000 subscribers after three years.
Disney+ is expected to charge subscription rates of about ILS 40 ($12.42) per month in Israel but subscriptions through Yes will cost close to ILS 30 ($9.32) per month as part of a ILS 200 ($62.12) per month Yes package.
According to Globes, cable television company Hot was also in talks with Disney+ before Yes secured its preferential agreement with the streaming service.