ESPN's new streaming service is coming to your phone this spring.
Disney is launching a new subscription called ESPN Plus, CEO Bob Iger announced Tuesday. It will cost $4.99 a month and debut alongside a redesigned ESPN app.
"It will basically enable people to see ESPN just about any way imaginable," Iger told investors on an earnings call.
But subscribers won't be able to watch the most popular games for only $4.99. Streaming ESPN TV networks will require a subscription to an existing service that offers those channels.
Instead, the ESPN Plus service comes with what Iger called a "greatly expanded array of programs" and live sports that aren't currently available on TV. He mentioned baseball, soccer, hockey, boxing, golf, rugby and cricket as examples.
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