ESPN+ Now Has 10.3 Million Subscribers





Rounding out the Q4 results for Disney-owned streaming services, the company announced today that ESPN+ has reached 10.3 million subscribers.

The sports streaming service raised its price from $4.99 per month to $5.99 per month in August, just after Disney’s Q3 earnings report when the service reached 8.5 million paid subscribers, with 600,000 new subscribers signing up in Q3. While the monthly price of ESPN+ went up at that time, the price of annual subscriptions stayed the same, as did the price of the Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ bundle.

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