Baby Yoda is upon us. You can now sign up for 7-day free trial – after that, the service will cost £5.99 a month, or £59.99 for the year.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Disney has confirmed it’s following Netflix, YouTube and Amazon in reducing the bandwidth the service will use at launch.
“In anticipation of high consumer demand for Disney+, we are proactively instituting measures to lower our overall bandwidth utilisation by at least 25 per cent in all of the markets launching Disney+ on March 24,” Disney chairman Kevin Mayer said in a statement.
“In the coming days, we will be monitoring internet congestion and working closely with internet service providers to further reduce bitrates as necessary to ensure they are not overwhelmed by consumer demand.”
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