Disney + no longer offers a free trial period

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Disney + has launched a promotion that allows new users to try free streaming services for a week but is no longer available.

According to Engadget, Disney +’s free trial ends this week, which is not too surprising when Disney + stopped the advertising process a few weeks ago. A Disney + spokesman told CNET, “This service is based on an attractive value proposition that we consider to be an attractive entertainment service.”

Netflix and Amazon Prime offer a free 30-day trial. It’s hard to say that the lack of free trial options affects new Disney + customers. This streaming service is known to have reached more than 50 million subscribers in the first 5 months. This has been achieved by recently expanding services to many European countries, including Britain, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, France, and Switzerland. Disney + also attacks the Indian market and joins the existing Hotstar streaming service. According to Disney, India has attracted around 8 million new customers in less than a week.

It is known that, with the paid Disney + service, users will have to pay $ 6.99 / month or $ 69.99 / year.

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