As announced in the Disney Q1 2021 earnings report, Disney+ has 94.9 million subscribers globally, as of January 2, 2021.
It means that the figure doesn't take into account subscribers gained through the successful release of WandaVision. It wouldn't be unfair to assume that Disney+ now has over 100 million subscribers.
The last figures were reported in December 2020, when Disney announced it had bagged 86 million subscribers for its titular streaming service. The jump since then can likely be attributed to strong exclusive content like season two of The Mandalorian and Pixar's feature film Soul.
Average monthly revenue per subscriber dropped from $5.56 a year ago to $4.04 today, which can be accounted mostly to the cheaper cost of the service in India and Indonesia.