Technology & Online

How has your video streaming purchasing habits changed recently?

Technology & Online

Posted by: ozziekhoo

23rd May 2024 02:27pm

With the arguable general decline in the quality of content, the scattering of content across different services as well as non-stop price increases and introduction of advertisements, have you maintained your video streaming subscriptions or are you cutting down (or increasing?!)?

Comments 1

ab
  • 14th Jul 2024 11:56am

I only have two subscriptions and free to air TV. And of the two I really use one (90%) more than the other so I guess I could easily drop one. At the moment it's tolerable, but if they keeping hiking their price, they could easily find themselves kicked to the kerb.

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