Disney+ was finally released, and we could highly enjoy now the marvelous world of Disney movies. The service brings a subscribe/unsubscribe option along with a free 7-day trial. Verizon, on the other hand, seems to gain everyone’s attention, with its all-year-round free access on Disney+. This option, however, is exclusively for Verizon clients with a specific type of service plan.
According to a Verizon spokesperson, the service applies only to Disney+, and it won’t prolong its $13 package that has ESPN+ and an ad-supported Hulu. But this fact could not be necessarily true, meaning that with a right Verizon deal, you can get Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+, too.
Disney+ for 4G LTE and 5G Unlimited Wireless Clients
The service is available to all clients who chose a 4G LTE and 5G unlimited wireless, and for those who picked Verizon Fios Home Internet and 5G Home Internet. Try accessing the Verizon page, and look for Disney+ service page. Enter your Verizon username and password and confirm that you want the service to be added to your account at only $7 per month after your free year subscription. Disney+ can be streamed on almost every platform (check the full list on the official website).
Possible Bugs and Issues
There have been some bugs, however, stopping people from getting there Disney+ experience. Downdector logged many complaints about interruptions right in the morning of its launch. Such an issue happened because a large number of people tried to enter the platform. People have seen the message “Sorry something wrong. Please try again later.”
Disney+, however, explained that “consumer demand for Disney+ has exceeded our high expectations.” Also, they confirmed their work for some fast bug fixes. For any issues, however, people are advised to contact their account holder and request as much information as needed.