Disney + promises to become popular with viewers, especially children, Star Wars fans, animation enthusiasts and Marvel enthusiasts. The streaming service went live today and although the normal costs are $ 6.99 per month or $ 69.99 per year (there are also several bundled services available), a subset of Verizon customers can save a lot of money by spending a year for free Disney +.
All you have to do is go Disney + page from Verizon (you can't get it via the Disney + site) and sign up. However, you can imagine that there are some requirements if you want to take advantage of this offer.
First you must subscribe to one of The unlimited plans of Verizon, including Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, Above Unlimited, Get More Unlimited, Do More Unlimited, Play More Unlimited or Start Unlimited. This offer is available to existing Unlimited customers, current Verizon customers who want to switch to Unlimited and people who want to switch from other providers. There are separate links on the Verizon page for each category.
If you are an unlimited customer and you have already registered for Disney +, you can still get the free 12 months. In short, the subscription you purchased in advance is paused and resumes automatically after the free year has passed. According to Verizon, you will receive an email with instructions for managing things.
Finally, you can also redeem a free year of Disney + if you sign up for a new Fios or 5G Home internet plan. Unfortunately in this case only new customers are eligible; existing customers are unlucky.
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