Three in ten US households unsubscribe from streaming platforms to save money
According to Parks Associates' "Video Services: Shifting Demand" report , 29% of internet-using households decided to unsubscribe from a streaming service to save money. The annual churn rate of streaming platforms is 47%, the study said.
“Consumers’ attention to price and content underscores the central role of value in consumer decision-making,” said Sarah Lee, research analyst at Parks Associates. “In the absence of high-quality content, subscriber loss becomes inevitable, making content diversity as much a cornerstone of profitable growth as price consideration.”
From the article, "Three in ten US households unsubscribe from streaming platforms to save money" from LaDepeche.fr