Disney+ is a growing streaming platform featuring a massive library of movies, TV shows, and other stuff to binge-watch. The best part is that the Disney-owned OTT service is available on a vast range of devices. However, you will have to activate it with the Disneyplus.com login/begin URL and an 8-digit code. In this guide, we’ll explain what it is, and how to use it to activate Disney+ on any device including Android TV, Apple TV, gaming consoles such as PS4, Xbox One, etc. The process for all the compatible platforms is almost similar.Although you will require a valid Disney+ subscription prior to using it on any device. Disney Plus offers a range of memberships that you can select from. The price starts from $7.99 a month, and you can even get it for only $79.99 a year. The longer you subscribe, the best price you will get.
How much does Disney+ cost?
Disney+ costs $8 per month or $80 per year, but the price will be raising to $11 per month in December 2022. There is also a new Disney+ ad-supported version launching in December. The cost will be $8 a month, replacing the previous basic Disney+ plan, with a new, no-ads Premium tier coming in at $11 per month ($110 yearly).
However, Disney+ isn’t Disney’s only streaming service. Following its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Disney also controls Hulu, and it also offers the sports-focused ESPN+. There are three Disney Bundles you can enjoy as part of the upcoming December 2022 plans:
- Disney Bundle Basic, which includes Disney+ and Hulu (both with ads) for $10 per month.
- Disney Bundle Basic with sports which includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ (all with ads) for $13 per month.
- Disney Bundle Premium with Disney+, Hulu (both with no ads), and ESPN+ (with ads) for $20 per month.
How can I watch Disney plus on my TV?
If you do have a smart TV, you probably won’t need an extra accessory to start watching Disney+. You can download the app and watch on Samsung smart TVs from 2016 or later; LG smart TV models from 2016 or later (WebOS 3.0+) as well as Android TVs made by Sony, Philips and TCL.