Just a few hours after the birth of Disney+ technical issues arose that kept users from viewing any content.
Today Disney+ went live and eager fans couldn’t resist signing up to have the complete Disney library at their finger tips. For just $6.99 a month you get content from Disney, National Geographic, Pixar, Star Wars and Marvel.
Disney+ will also feature original content making there own movies and shows. “The Mandalorian” a Star Wars spin-off will let fans dive deeper into the world of Lucas.
For $12.99 subscribers could go all in and get the Hulu and ESPN+ bundle.
A Look At Disney+
Unfortunately shortly after this aired Diseny’s streaming service ran into some technical difficulties. After creating an account user would log in and get an error message.
“Unable to connect”
As of 7 a.m. EST, approximately 7,300 reports of problems had been received about Disney+.
A spokesperson for Disney+ addressed concerns stating the company is working quickly to resolve the service issues.
“The consumer demand for Disney+ has exceeded our biggest expectations. While we are pleased by this incredible response, we are aware of the current user issues and are working to swiftly resolve them. We appreciate your patience.”
IMUer’s are you going to try out the new Disney+ streaming service or will you just stick to Netflix? Lets us know in the comments section below what do you think of the birth of Disney+?
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