How to Get Disney+ Free for a Year With Verizon: A Step-By-Step Guide

November 12, 2019, 5:31 PM UTC

The launch of Disney+ might not be without bumps, but that’s not slowing the surge of people interested in checking out the streaming service. And if you’re a Verizon unlimited or FiOS subscriber, you’ve got a free one-year subscription coming to you.

Figuring out how to claim that free year is stumping some people, though. Fortunately, the process isn’t all that difficult.

First, you’ll need to make sure you qualify. To receive the free year of Disney+, you’ll need to have either a current or legacy Unlimited data plan (4G LTE or 5G) or receive FiOS home internet. If you do, click over to Verizon’s Disney+ landing page.

Next, scroll down the page, about 3/4 of the way, and you’ll see the header “Get yours with Unlimited or Fios”. Directly under that, on the left, is the subhead “Already have Unlimited?” with a link below that saying “Get Disney+.”

(The page, not surprisingly, also lets non-eligible subscribers change their plans.)

verizon-disney-plus
Chris Morris

Then, you’ll have to log into your account, so have your password handy. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be taken to an offer page where you’ll confirm you want to redeem the offer.

From there, log onto the service on any platform and start watching. (Just be aware that after the one year free trial, you’ll be charged $6.99 per month to continue the subscription.)

A few notes about the Verizon offer. First, you have to be the account holder. If your spouse, parent or some other individual has you on their plan, they’ll have to be the one who signs up for Disney+. (That’s not a big problem, since you can stream the service on four platforms simultaneously.)

If getting them to do so is problematic, Verizon will allow you to request a permission upgrade that, once the account holder approves it, will allow you to redeem the offer. (Verizon only allows one Disney+ subscription per billed account.)

If you have a multiyear or annual subscription for Disney+ through Disney, that subscription will be paused while you take advantage of the Verizon offer.

More must-read stories from Fortune:

Here are the TVs and devices you can use to download Disney+
—Review: Apple Watch Series 5 is insanely great
—Workers are worried robots will steal their jobs
—Apple tackles California’s housing crisis amid Apple TV Plus questions
—New bank offers 3% interest rate for “good behavior”

Catch up with
Data Sheet, Fortune’s daily digest on the business of tech.