In today’s world, there are a lot of streaming subscription services available, Above 100, in actual fact. This overused means that 27 percent of Americans now paying out more than $100 every month on subscriptions, which is about the same amount as the average cable customers paid.
According to a survey by Amdocs Media (via CNET), which interrogates 1000 US customers about their streaming subscription services and after asking them it found that 59 percent of customers were happy with their present plan of subscription and were not wanted to change it.
However 22 percent of customers would think about to add another service, but only if something new comes together with Disney+, Apple TV Plus, and others on the way, it sounds that some consumers are still ready to add to their ascending number of subscriptions.
Price was at the top with 37 percent when talking about the aspects that would prime consumers to consider changing their streaming subscription services. This came after more content (22%), consumer service (9%), personalized content (8%), fewer ads (7%), and peer suggestions (6%).
Nearly, 60 percent of American houses now utilize streaming services. Predictably, Netflix is on the top of the list as the most well-liked choice. Although, the absolute number of options can be frustrating, particularly, when customers want to watch shows that are exclusive to particular subscriptions.
For instance, Disney+ has a number of marvel shows and star wars that would not be available anywhere else. Moreover, recalling passwords to each of these accounts was a massive problem, the one-third customer stated.
Head of Amdocs Media, Darcy Antonellis stated that:
“The availability and approach to streaming content [are] increasing, but so are customer expectations, especially around cost, ease of access and contextual experience,”