Verizon Communications Inc. will give wireless subscribers a year of free access to Walt Disney Co.'s upcoming Disney+ video service, as the streaming battle heats up against established players Netflix Inc. and Amazon.com Inc.'s Amazon Prime Video.
Republicans block Senate vote on resolution condemning Trump's decision on Syria
The United States has demanded a ceasefire in Turkey's more than week-old operation in northern Syria. Romney says removing USA troops who protected the Kurds "violates one of our most sacred duties".
The offer announced Tuesday is worth almost $84, based on $6.99 monthly subscription fee for the Disney Plus service, which debuts November 12. After that yearlong period, the deal will revert to the standard $6.99 a month that all Disney+ customers must pay. The deal, which coincides with the service's November 12 launch, will include new Fios Home Internet and 5G Home internet customers.
Verizon has about 50 million customers on unlimited data plans, giving Disney+ a sizeable subscriber base to build upon. Disney+, at launch, will carry thousands of titles from the studio's past and present, with a wide array of classic movies and TV shows, as well as new originals, such as The Mandalorian and the live-action Lady and the Tramp remake, amongst many others. "We're excited to share this moment with Verizon and bring Disney+ to the millions of customers across its award-winning wireless network".
Patrick Mahomes appears to avoid ligament damage, expected to return this season
Once I get all the information, we will give you everything that kind of happened and what's going on here. the whole deal. As ESPN's Bill Barnwell noted Friday , Mahomes' injury opens the door for competition in the AFC West division race.
Have you already signed up for Disney+? Although it remains by far the largest and best known streaming service, there are concerns that its heyday may be nearing its end as Disney, Apple, AT&T and Comcast prepare to enter the fray with well-funded and, in most cases, cheaper alternatives. As long as the services produce quality content and compete enough to keep prices reasonable (Disney+ is going for $7 a month), I'm happy to watch them go it.
Stock in Netflix, which has slipped about 15% in 2019 to date, fell to about $270 a share.
Hong Kong leader warns of harm to U.S. interests
But pro-democracy lawmakers - a minority of the pro-Beijing stacked legislature - heckled her and called for her resignation . Security was very tight ahead of Lam's third policy address, with riot police stationed outside and water cannon on standby.