Disney+ is an on-demand and ad-free streaming service. It is made by The Walt Disney Company. Users can watch various Disney movies and series on their devices. The streaming service has the facility of unlimited downloads so that you can watch the content anytime and anywhere. Disney+ content comes from Walt Disney Studios and Walt Disney Television’s biggest names. This includes Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and 20th Century Fox.
Disney+ is perfect for families with children who wish to spend their weekend or holidays by watching some good content at home. If you are someone who loves Disney+, you might wish to consider subscribing to Disney+ since it has all the content starting from movies, TV series, and much more in one convenient place. Disney+ has been priced at $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year.
By becoming a subscriber, you will get hours of entertainment that involves the content of various genres and interests. The best thing here is that Disney+ is ad-free. The streaming service was launched on 12th November 2019. It has received a positive response for its huge library of unlimited content.
But recently Sony TV users have reported an issue related to the app. Sony TV users said that they have been facing a subscription error while using Disney+. Whenever they try to watch any content, Disney+ shows a subscription error. Users said that it has been a few weeks, days, or months since the time when they subscribed to Disney+. Still, the error has been continuously appearing on their screen. Users said that they have tried to contact Disney+ customer support but it has been of no use.
A user said that he was watching a movie on Disney+. The video suddenly started buffering in between. He paused it and when played again, it was showing the subscription error. He checked and saw that he was still subscribed to Disney+. A few people have complained that the error appears only while playing some specific content and is not seen in others.
Disney+ has not yet suggested anything on how to fix this issue from their side. But for now, you can do two things to try and fix the problem. Firstly, turn off your device, turn it on again, relaunch Disney+ and see if the issue still appears. Also, try uninstalling and reinstalling the device. This should also fix it.
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