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The highly anticipated new streaming service Disney+ launches in just a couple of short weeks, but folks still have a few questions regarding how this new service works. One big one, however, was answered by Disney CEO Bob Iger, as the head honcho addressed whether you’ll get to keep your Disney Plus downloads even if they leave the service.
Speaking at Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit (via CNET), Iger said that Disney+ subscribers will get to keep the movies and TV shows they’ve downloaded even if those titles leave the streaming service—as long as you’re still subscribed to Disney Plus. If you unsubscribe, you’ll lose access to your downloaded titles.
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This is no doubt very good news to parents, as downloading titles can be important when trying to limit internet access for young ones. Iger explained that you can basically fill up your hard drive on your computer or iPad or whatever with your favorite Disney movies or shows, and don’t have to worry about those titles moving off Disney+ intermittently due to licensing deals:
“But by and large, almost all of it is there,” Iger said about the Disney catalog. “And if you’re a subscriber, you can download it and put it on a device, and...
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