Disney Plus has been causing trouble for some users since its launch. Recent update fixed the issues for most, but not all. We’ve been getting a lot of questions about this so we thought it would be helpful to let you know what’s going on.
Some users have been experiencing an issue where Disney+ keeps crashing after they’ve finished their streaming experience.
How long should it take for users to get it working again?
For any software that has a web-based administration console, there’s a limit to how much help a user can expect to find on the web. In the case of some products, the limit is 1 hour of free troubleshooting. If the problem persists after that, a ticket is generated and a service engineer will contact the user. If the problem is not solved within 1 hour, users may lose access to the admin console, and may need to contact a representative by phone to help resolve the issue.
Will Disney Plus be back
Yes! Disney Plus will come back with more content and more exclusive original content. New shows such as “The Mandalorian” will continue to expand on the universe created by the Star Wars saga. New shows like “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” will continue to explore the Marvel Cinematic Universe. New series like “Luna” will bring more Star Trek to fans. New series like “Wreck-It Ralph 2” will continue to deliver heartwarming stories about video games. The list goes on and on.
Disney Plus will be available for $6.99 per month. That’s half the price of the current offering. This will include all current Disney content — not just films, as the streaming service offers. Disney Plus will also launch with over 100 hours of TV shows and movies. And there will be a “library” of thousands of titles to download at no cost to subscribers. Disney Plus will launch later this year.
1. The last thing Disney does well is their streaming services. They have a good reputation for quality, but they don’t seem to understand the importance of reliability. They keep crashing for some users.
2. I believe that the reason why they keep crashing is because they don’t offer any customer service. You can always find an Apple support number or call customer service on Google or Amazon. But where are the support numbers for Disney+? Do you think they don’t care?
3. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with the content on Disney+. It’s just a matter of keeping the system running smoothly. That’s why we need an Apple support number for Disney+ in the first place.