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Disney+ is BACK: Website went down for more than an hour for users around the world

Disney+ is BACK online: Website outage that last for more than an hour left thousands users around the world unable to stream films or programmes

  • According to DownDetector, the issues started at around 16:56 BST
  • The issue was rectified a little over an hour after the outage started 
  • The website was impacted the most during the outage, while some users had problems with streaming and the app

Disney+ is back online, following a more than one-hour outage that hit users around the world.

According to DownDetector, the issues started at around 16:56 BST, but was back online around 

The problem was with the Disney+ website, while the mobile app and TV app appeared to be unaffected. 

A Disney+ spokesperson told MailOnline in an email: ‘We have identified and resolved the issue that temporarily impacted Disney+ on select platforms. We apologize for the inconvenience.’ 

Disney+ is back online, following a more than one-hour outage that hit users around the world 

DownDetector, an website that monitors online outages, showed thousands of users were impacted.

This include those in the UK, US, China and South America. 

Many frustrated users have taken to Twitter to discuss the outage this afternoon

Many frustrated users have taken to Twitter to discuss the outage this afternoon

Of those reports, 69 per cent said they were having problems with the website, 22 per cent with video streaming, and nine per cent with the app. 

Many frustrated users have taken to Twitter to discuss the outage. 

One user wrote: ‘Hey DisneyPlus, I’m having issues with the website. It says ‘403 Forbidden’ and I can’t open the website properly. Is the server down?’

Another added: ‘Disneyplus seems to be down. Getting 403 forbidden.’

And one wrote: ‘Was gonna catch up on disney+ stuff and it’s down.’

WHAT ARE THE VIDEO STREAMING OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO UK CUSTOMERS?

Netflix 

Price: From £6.99 a month  

Hit shows: 

Amazon Prime 

Price: £7.99 per month OR £79 per year

Hit shows: 

  • Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
  • The Boys  

Apple TV+

Price: £4.99 a month 

Hit shows

  • Ted Lasso 
  • For All Mankind  

Disney+

Price: £7.99 a month OR £79.90 a year

Hit shows:

  • The Mandalorian 
  • The Simpsons  

NOW TV

Price: From £9.99 a month

Hit shows: 

  • Game of Thrones 
  • Chernobyl  

hayu 

Price: £4.99 a month

Hit shows: 

  • Keeping up with the Kardashians
  • Made in Chelsea  

BritBox

Price: £5.99 a month 

Hit shows: 

  • Spitting Image 
  • Midsomer Murders  

Prices correct as of July 2022 



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