Inflation recently has been impacting the cost of food, gas, and streaming, to name a few things. Now 56% of Americans plan to cut a streaming service, according to a report from Benzinga.
According to Cord Cutters News survey, most cord cutters subscribe to 3 to 4 streaming services on average. Increasingly cord cutters are looking for ways to bundle severs to get them from other services they already pay for also. Walmart offers Paramount+ with Walmart+. Verizon offers the Disney bundle, and T-Mobile offers several options for streaming.
Now though even with these bundles, a growing number of cord cutters have decided they don’t need all of these services.
According to Benzinga, when asked what services Americans would keep, they said Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu. Other services they said would be kept include YouTube 8%, HBO Max 8%, Disney+ 7%, and Paramount+ 5%.
Increasingly we are hearing our readers plan to rotate subscription services. Instead of constantly paying for one, they may pay for it for a few months to watch a show and binge-watch everything it has to offer before switching. Recent price hikes have made this more popular.
Do you plan to cancel a streaming service or rotate services? Leave us a comment and let us know what you plan to do.