As a result, according to Globes, it will stream the service through its platform when Disney+ launches in the country this summer, paying NIS150 million (€41 million) over three years. Furthermore, Yes has committed to at least 100,000 subscribers after one year, rising to 300,000 after three.
Although Disney+ is expected to cost NIS40 a month in Israel, Yes will probably charge NIS30 as part of a package.
Globes says that Hot was also in talks with Disney+ before Yes secured its preferential agreement with the streaming service.
Disney+ will expand to a total 42 new countries and 11 new territories this summer. In Israel, it is expected to offer content with Hebrew subtitles.