Disney Life is strictly dead. Its days were numbered from a impulse Disney Plus launched in a UK on Mar 24, and it has now strictly reached end-of-life. The Disney Life website is still live during a time of publication.
If we were a Disney Life subscriber, we don’t need to do a thing. You should have perceived your final check by now. However, if we wish to continue receiving entrance to Disney’s catalog of films and shows, we need to pointer adult to a somewhat pricier Disney Plus.
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That’s right − Disney Life accounts are not being automatically eliminated over to a new service. Instead it seems, Disney has motionless to let users confirm for themselves possibly or not they wish to continue a relationship.
Judging by a replies to a twitter embedded above, and a many new posts in a ‘Tweets Replies’ territory of a Disney Life UK Ireland Twitter page, that competence not be a given for all Disney Life fans.
Some users have indicted Disney of not profitable Disney Life business a same turn of caring and courtesy over new months as it did before, and others are unfortunate that they haven’t been rewarded for being constant customers.
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Disney Life used to cost £4.99 per month, wheres a Disney Plus subscription costs possibly £5.99 per month (which adds adult to £71.88 over a march of a year), or £59.99 per year (which is homogeneous to £4.99 per month), and a singular comment lets we balance in on adult to 4 opposite inclination during any one time.
On Apr 9, Disney Plus strike a 50 million mark, a poignant miracle that came reduction than 5 months after a use primarily went live in a US, Canada and a Netherlands on Nov 12.
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Disney has pronounced that it’s aiming to have between 60 million and 90 million subscribers by a finish of 2024.