I can't say for sure, but I would assume no.
Press releases have said for new customers.
I would think that means for anyone signing up as a new customer since the announcement.
I signed up for Verizon fios at the end of September and I just saw the offer for one year free of Disney Plus - am I eligible and if yes, how do I sign up for it. I only see it offered for new customers.
That offer started in November so unfortunately no you wouldn't be eligible. You can sign up directly with Disney at disneyplus.com
I have the same question. I saw it reported on CNET that it was for new and existing customers that sing up for 5g internet
5G internet is very limited right now and only in select cities. You can google Verizon 5G and see if it is available in your area.
This is mainly a peer to peer support forum.
Google Fios DIsney+.
It will give you details on how to see if elegible (depends on what your definition of new is) and how to sign up.
11-13-2019 11:08 AM
Saw that Verizon was offering Disney+ free for a year. Is this really only for new subscribers?
Customers that have been loyal for years are ignored? That's just wrong! I'll be switching.