Disney Plus Price is $0 for Verizon Unlimited Customers for 1 Year
If you’re thinking about signing up for Disney Plus with Verizon as your smartphone service provider, or new cable television provider, you’re in luck because the two company’s have partnered to offer a $0 price tag of the new streaming service to users of both.
How to Get Free Disney Plus With Verizon
You can get free Disney Plus with Verizon if you’re a new or existing Verizon Unlimited smartphone service customer, or if you have signed up for Fios Home internet or 5G Home internet. The Verizon website highlights the various promotions it is currently offering.
In order to verify on Disney Plus as a Verizon user, you need to sign into your Verizon account on the My Verizon app and then navigate to Account. Click the drop-down and then click “Add-Ons.” From there, you select “Entertainment.” It will then give you the option to synchronize your Disney Plus and Verizon accounts by applying a promo code to the streaming service.
Download Disney Plus
The Disney Plus app can be downloaded on various devices including iOS and Android powered smartphones and tablets, the Amazon Fire TV stick, and the Playstation 4. Once the app has been downloaded, registration can be completed in-app with the credit or debit card. Disney Plus currently offers a base $6.99 per month plan, and a bundle with Hulu and ESPN that costs $12.99 per month.
How to Get Free Disney Plus Without Verizon
If you’re not a Verizon customer, or have not signed up for Fios internet recently, you’re still in luck because Disney Plus with Verizon is not the only way to try the service for free.
Anyone submitting their email and payment information for a new sign-up is eligible for a free 7-day trial. The service will automatically renew and charge your card, so make sure you cancel if you don’t want to spend any money. Disney Plus allows users to cancel at any time even if they end up paying for one month.
This is a great option for users who want to browse some of the services unique Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar content that don’t want to make a long-term financial commitment.
Disney Plus features its own unique library of films including classics like “The Lion King,” “Aladdin,” and “The Little Mermaid.” Along with its own vault of films, the service boasts a vast Marvel library that includes most of the films in the MCU, and a lot of the old cartoons and TV shows.
Disney Plus also has a Star Wars library that includes the original series “The Mandalorian” which currently has two episodes uploaded to the service. Classics like “Star Wars,” “The Empire Strikes Back,” and “Return of the Jedi” are also part of the library, and new episodes of “The Mandalorian” will debut each week.
Disney Plus debuted early last week and had a lagging issue that prevented users from viewing content. Most account could be fixed with a simple rebooting of the system.