A few days ago, we reported that German Disney+ users had been informed of the changes in regulations. Now subscribers to the site on the Vistula River have received a similar message.
– The good news is that you do not have to take any action, but please read this notice carefully and retain it for future reference. All of these changes will go into effect within 30 days. If you do not agree to these changes, you may cancel your Disney+ subscription. If you are an annual subscription, have more than one month remaining and would like to cancel your subscription, please call (+48) 22-103-37-11 within 30 days of receiving this email. Disney+ states that if you do not cancel your subscription within those 30 days or contact us as indicated, your subscription will continue.
Package with ads coming soon in Poland?
Starting November 1, ad-supported and premium (4K) plans will be offered in countries including the UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. In Poland, you still can’t choose a cheaper option and don’t have to pay extra for Ultra HD content, but several advertising-related provisions in the new Disney+ regulations are a sign that this may soon change.
– We provide new names for new subscriptions (if available in your market) and also provide the option to change to a different subscription if permitted. Among other things, we include the explanation that “Ad-free” subscriptions may still include short promotional content, brand placements or sponsored content, including in-line ads or special events, which includes traditional ad breaks. We’re also adding a new provision that explains what happens if we cancel the subscription you’re using. An ad-supported subscription requires a number of new provisions, including a provision that prohibits ad-blocking and states that if we notice this type of activity, we may, upon notice, suspend, terminate or change your subscription to the most similar and equivalent subscription Subscription – You can read in the mail Email from the streaming service.
Fight account sharing
Disney+ in Canada has begun implementing an anti-account sharing policy. Next year, it will also cover other markets, including Poland. It follows the example of Netflix, which gained 8.8 million subscribers last quarter. In the new terms and conditions, Disney+ prohibits “sharing your login or account information with third parties other than as expressly permitted in Section 1C.” shrinkage.
– You may not share your subscription outside your home unless permitted by your subscription plan. “Household” means the group of amenities associated with your primary residence and used by the people living there. Additional usage rules may apply to certain subscription plans. We may analyze your use of your account to verify compliance with this Agreement. If we determine that you have violated this Agreement, we may restrict or terminate your access to the Service and/or take any other steps set forth in this Agreement. – We read the point mentioned above. These steps include restricting, suspending, or terminating your Subscription Agreement. In extreme cases, the user may lose access to the site.
In September, Disney+ introduced an amendment clause in its regulations in Poland, used by cable and telecom operators. He explained in what cases he may increase fees. This includes: a change in production costs, an expansion of the content catalog, or a change in market conditions or commercial strategy. As of November 1, the subscription price for new customers is PLN 37.99 instead of PLN 28.99. Current subscribers will be covered until December 6.
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