Monday, December 21, 2015

42 percent of cord-cutters don’t even subscribe to home broadband - The Washington Post

Tbd what percentage of the cord-cutters without home broadband also occasionally rely on their neighbors' and/or employers' networks...

"But hang on — what if you could eliminate that home Internet subscription entirely and still watch your shows online? All of a sudden you get rid of a bill of, say, $100 or more per month (this amount is fairly close to what my household pays for standalone Internet service here in Washington). Would you do it?

It appears that some already are. Only 6 in 10 cord-cutters still subscribe to home broadband service — such as DSL, cable Internet or fiber — at all, the Pew survey shows. The rest rely primarily on their cellular devices to stream shows and movies."
42 percent of cord-cutters don’t even subscribe to home broadband - The Washington Post
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