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Super Bundling: The future of mobile bundling

According to research by Parks Associates, 94% of U.S. internet households have at least one subscription service, and over half subscribe to four or more streaming video services. This growing subscription fatigue is leading consumers to seek more efficient ways to manage their digital content.

According to Parks Associates, partnerships and bundling strategies are crucial for driving customer acquisition and retention. Subscription companies report that partnerships with telcos have historically driven 15-20% of their user acquisitions​​.

As noted in the Parks Associates white paper, effective bundling and partnerships can significantly drive customer acquisition and retention, increase customer satisfaction and reduce payment friction.

From the article "Super Bundling: The future of mobile bundling" by Anil Malhotra

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