Disney also revealed the paid subscriber numbers for ESPN+ and Hulu as 7.6m and 30.7m, respectively as of February 3.
Disney Plus has gained nearly 29m subscribers within the first three months of its launch, far exceeding the 20m figure estimated by analysts.
Disney’s earnings report stated there were 26.5m subscribers by the end of December, but CEO Bob Iger announced on the call that Disney Plus hit nearly 29m as of February 3.
Disney Plus launched in the US, Canada and the Netherlands on November 12 last year, followed by its debut in Australia, New Zealand and Puerto Rico a week later on November 19.
The service will launch in markets across Western Europe on March 24 and in India on March 29 through Hotstar.
Disney Plus hosts a content library of classic movies and shorts, popular series, recent theatrical releases and a growing slate of original content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and National Geographic.
Disney also announced that new original Marvel Studios series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and WandaVision will premiere on Disney Plus in August and December, respectively.
Commenting on the numbers, Iger said: “We believe the subscriber growth to date and the overall reaction to Disney Plus reflects a variety of factors that include the uniqueness of the service, an excellent user interface and the high quality of our brands and content. Although our volume will increase, we remain focused on providing quality content from our core franchises and brands, not just quantity, as we continue to build our portfolio.”