Verizon Ends Free Disney+ offering with 5G plans

Verizon 5G plans no longer include free Disney Plus, customers can opt for discounted bundle add-on.

Starting from May 18th, Verizon will no longer offer Disney+ for free with its 5G plans, according to The Mobile Report. However, the company will still allow its customers to avail of a discounted Disney Streaming Bundle add-on called “MyPlan” for $10 per month.

My Plan includes Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu. This bundle price is still lower than the normal price of $12.99, but it is not as good as the previous free offering. Existing Verizon 5G plan customers with Disney+ or the Disney Bundle will still have access to these benefits until they switch to a new contract.

Disney Bundle

Verizon’s partnership with Disney has helped the streaming service attract new subscribers. However, as mobile phone providers look to offer cheaper bundles to attract new and existing customers, they are including extra add-ons as a perk.

Customers are still paying for these add-ons, which is beneficial to the providers’ profits. Verizon’s new deal includes other offerings such as Apple One and Walmart+, which can also be added to “MyPlan” for $10 per month. The cost of living crisis has forced companies to look for ways to offer their services at lower prices, and this has led to more bundled offerings.

Verizon’s new deal is still a good option for customers who want to enjoy streaming services at a lower cost.

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