Disney+ is done with offering free trials. The streaming service debuted on November 12, 2019 in three countries first and has been trying to gain some ground in some new markets as well.
The company has been offering free trials ever since, but they’re now pulling the trigger on them. According to a new report, the streaming service wint be offering any free trials moving forward.
“The service was set at an attractive price-to-value proposition that we believe delivers a compelling entertainment offering on its own,” said a company spokesperson in response to CNET.
Disney+ has also stopped adveritising free trials weeks ago.
Sure, Disney+ isn’t that expensive with its competitive pricing, but free trials are an essential part which most of us are accustomed to before fully committing to a subscription-based service.
However, it feels the company is betting on its reputation and the variety of franchises it makes to breakthrough.
Some popular Disney+ franchises include Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar, and now holds a couple of more under its belt like The Simpsons, thanks to Fox acquisition.
Disney+ is now available in a number of countries including the US, Canada, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, India, the UK, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, Switzerland, and France. Next up, it plans to launch in Japan, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal and Latin America.