Processing and scanning a disc to digital formt is hard. 99.9% of all laboratories will not do it because a) it is unscannable without specialist holders b) hard to process efficiently c) hard to get good results. From £12.50 a film.
Disc film is an awkward shape, impossible to feed into a conventional scanner. This is because it has a a central hole which means the film cnnoot be laid flat inside a negative scanner unless you cut up the disc into 15 negatices.
The next big problem is this: negatice size is 10mmx8mm. How small is that? OK take 35mm slide mount and see how many disc negatives you can fit into it: 24mm high by 36mm wide: so, I can lay 3 disc negatives along the bottom, and I only use a 8 x 30mm strip. Add a layer, then ANOTHER layer. you will have nine disc negatives on your 24x36mm slide area with a 24 x 6mm gap a the end.
At only 7% of a 35mm frame, it is unfair to expect anyhthing other than a high-end scanner to scan a 10x8mm negative that is not flat. The only way we can scan a disc negative is to use Imacon and Minolta high resolution scanners and proprietary holders. You do that, you get the images shown below.