Verizon will offer its customers a year of Disney+ for free.
The deal, announced Tuesday, will be available to new and existing Verizon wireless unlimited customers, new Fios home internet and 5G home internet customers, the company said.
People who already pre-ordered the Disney+ service are still eligible. The “purchase will be put on pause and resume after the Verizon promo period,” a Verizon spokesperson told CNBC.
Disney’s deal with Verizon is similar to Apple’s offer for its streaming service Apple TV+, which also launches early next month. Apple will give a year of Apple TV+ for free to customers who buy a new Apple product including an iPhone, iPad or Mac.
Verizon said customers will be able to activate and watch Disney+ on any platform. Customers can sign up on Verizon’s Disney+ page.