Verizon is reportedly set to offer the upcoming Disney+ streaming service free, for a full year, for its existing 4G LTE and 5G wireless unlimited customers. New Verizon FIOS and 5G Home Internet customers will also qualify for a free year.
As part of the deal, Verizon customers can watch up to four concurrent streams, download content for offline viewing, and create up to seven profiles. You can activate your free Disney+ subscription starting on November 12. Unlimited plans cost around $70 per month for a single line or $35 per line for a family of four.
The announcement comes as part of a broad new partnership between Disney and Verizon. Under the new deal, Verizon will become the exclusive US wireless carrier partner for Disney+. The deal also means Disney will secure immediate subscribers within the first year of the streaming service’s launch.
Source: The Verge