The day after Tuesday’s launch of Disney+, Disney has announced that the SVOD has drawn “10 million sign-ups since launching.”
Disney has not stated whether that number includes pre-sales, or how many of those sign-ups came from the company’s seven-day free-trial offer.
It's also unclear whether it includes sign-ups through Verizon's offering a free year of the Disney+ service to new and existing Verizon Wireless unlimited customers, new Fios home internet customers and new 5G home internet customers.
Disney has forecast that Disney+ will have 60 million to 90 million subscribers by the end of 2024.
Today’s Disney release also stated that “moving forward,” the company has no plans to release Disney+ subscriber data outside of The Walt Disney Company’s quarterly earnings calls. “
Disney+ launched in Canada and the Netherlands, as well as the mainland U.S., on Tuesday, and will launch in Puerto Rico, Australia and New Zealand on Nov. 19. It will roll out to Western European markets on March 31, 2020.