Disney+ Debut Falls Over Because Of High Demand

Disney+ Debut Falls Over Because Of High Demand

The streaming media service of Walt Disney, Disney +was not able to stream on the day of the launch because of a few technical errors.

The company has identified the load of users which was higher-than-expected. It is still unknown how many people have subscribed to the service. It has around 500 movies with 7500 TV episodes of its most-watched shows. The monthly subscription fee is $7 every month. More so, you can watch on four different devices at a time.

Netflix now has a new rival since its shares have dropped 1.2 % to $290.58 in one afternoon. On the other hand, Disney shares increase about 1.2% to $138.48.

Disney while explaining the reason for fall over said, “The consumer demand for Disney+ has exceeded our highest expectations. … we are aware of the current user issues and are working to swiftly resolve them,”

A number of users were welcomed by a Mickey Mouse image asking them to log in again. Many of them could not even find the application.

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