Only 10% of Cord Cutters Say They Have App Fatigue





Teenager girl with remote control laying down and watching tv eating popcorn.

Teenager girl with remote control laying down and watching tv eating popcorn.Recently the argument form cable TV against cord cutting was the idea that cord cutters have too many services. Some cable executives have even pushed the idea that cord cutters will come running back to cable TV because of too many streaming services.

Now the research group TDG has studied the issue of too many pay TV services and says there really is no app fatigue with cord cutting.

According to TDG, 66.5% say they have just enough streaming services. 23.5% say they will likely add a few more streaming services. Just 10% said they have too many and need to cancel one or more services.

This is a dramatically different look from what you will hear from many anti-cord cutting stories. According to most anti-cord cutting arguments, there are just too many services out there. From looking at this cord cutters seem to be able to easily find the content they want without feeling like they have too many services.

Do you feel like you have too many services? Or do you feel like you have just the right number? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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