Verizon to Offer One Free Year of Disney+ to Wireless and Home Internet Customers

Verizon has announced that new and existing Verizon Wireless unlimited customers as well as new Fios and 5G home internet customers will be offered one free year of Disney+. This is a huge coup for Disney in the competitive streaming landscape as it will net them millions of early subscribers to try their service with the option to renew (for a fee) at the end of the free year.

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Offers like this are common for companies trying to gain a strong initial user base, which is imperative to long term success in highly competitive industries. Apple TV+ offers a similar deal for those buying a new select Apple device, offering one free year of Apple TV+. You can check out the existing offers for Verizon Wireless on their page.

Disney+ launches November 12th for $6.99 a month with Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu bundles costing $12.99 a month.

6 thoughts on “Verizon to Offer One Free Year of Disney+ to Wireless and Home Internet Customers”

  1. This comes at a great time, been looking at cutting the cord once Disney+ rolls through with their Hulu offering and a Digital Antenna for the local network football games. Fios ha sa better internet only deal than Optimum, so this all bundled together sounds perfect to try out for a year.

  2. Ah sure, but for those of us who committed to Disney+ for three years, will FiOs tack on the free year before the paid subscription starts?

    • Turns out the answer to my question was found on another website:

      If you are a Verizon customer and have already pre-ordered Disney+, you can still take advantage of this offer! Your pre-order will simply be paused until the Verizon free offer ends, at which time your pre-ordered subscription would come into effect.

      In a word, yay!

  3. Well i don’t think so i am gonna get it as i am living in UAE :D Here we have all the same opportunities with DU. Check it out in the link ;)

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