Want Disney+ for Free for 12 Months? Verizon’s Got You


We may earn a commission when you click links to retailers and purchase goods. More info.

Verizon announced this morning that it’s customers are about to receive the perk of the year. On November 12, when Disney+ launches for $6.99/mo for most folks, Verizon is giving it away to their customers for free for the next 12 months. Free Disney+!

As the “exclusive wireless carrier,” Verizon is giving new and existing Unlimited plan customers 12 months of Disney+ at no cost. The only requirement here appears to be that you are on an “Unlimited” plan. From the terms I’ve seen, Verizon only says “Unlimited,” so we’re likely talking about the new Get More, Do More, Play More, and Start Unlimited plans, along with the previous line-up of Above, Beyond, and Go. I’ll try to get confirmation on that shortly. 5G customers can also get this for free.

Once the Disney+ service launches, you’ll be able to activate and stream to a number of different devices for a full year. You are only allowed 1 subscription per account, though. Verizon’s terms state that you have to enroll in the promo by June 1, 2020.

To get signed-up, head over to Verizon’s Disney+ sign-up page.

// Verizon



Collapse Show Comments