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Disney+ starts with technical problems

Less than two weeks after Apple, the US entertainment giant Disney launched its own streaming service Disney+ on Tuesday.

According to the company, the service will be launched in Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy and Spain on 31 March next year. The content offered by Disney+ may change from country to country. USA service costs 6.99 dollar for a month.

The streaming service is highly competitive. In addition to Netflix, Prime Video and the TV+ service launched by iPhone manufacturer Apple at the beginning of November, cable broadcaster HBO will soon be competing for the attention of streaming consumers in the USA.

Technical problems
The user rush has given the new streaming service a start with technical problems. Some customers complained about difficulties logging in or accessing individual content or features. Disney said they were working to fix the problems. User interest was higher than the expectations.

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