The offer is included when new customers choose from one of three plans. The first plan is $39.99 and offers Fios 200Mbps connection with Disney+ for 12 months; the second plan is $59.99 and offers Fios 400Mbps connection with Hulu for 6 months and Disney+ for 12 months; the third plan is $79.99 and offers Fios Gigabit connection with Hulu and Disney+, both free for 12 months. The Fios Gigabit plan also comes with a free Verizon Stream TV.
The news comes as some Verizon customers are more than halfway through the initial offer. Before launching Disney+ last November, Disney announced they had partnered with Verizon to make the telecom giant the exclusive U.S. wireless carrier partner for the service. This meant Verizon’s wireless customers on unlimited-data plans would be getting the highly anticipated streaming service free for one year.
When the streaming service launched on Nov. 12, Verizon began offering 12 months of the service to all new and existing 4G LTE and 5G unlimited wireless customers. Verizon customers were able to activate their Disney+ subscriptions on a selection of mobile and connected-TV devices, including gaming consoles, streaming media players, and smart TVs.
The new offer is valid on standalone Hulu and Disney+ services only.