Disney+ Now Has 50 Million Subscribers


Disney + has reached 50 million subscribers in just five months, The Guardian reports. While this figure is impressive, it is reinforced not only by blockades around the world, but also by a number of offers from telecom companies.

Disney +, which launched last month in the UK and most major Western European markets, with successes such as the Star Wars The Mandalorian live spin-off, registered 50 million subscribers just five months after launch. Rival Netflix, which has more than 160 million subscribers, needed the same milestone after moving from DVD mail rental to streaming in 2007. Disney, which launched in Europe with lower streaming speeds to ease pressure on broadband networks, millions of people are locked up at home, the last subscriber number was reported on February 3. At that time, when the coronavirus quickly spread in China and beyond, Disney had + 28.6 million subscribers.

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