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Fewer Dutch consumers see need for TV subscription

Wednesday 29 March 2017 | 10:19 CET | News
Fewer Dutch consumers see the need to keep a traditional, linear TV subscription. In the first quarter of this year, 41 percent said they did not plan to swap their pay-TV subscription for an OTT service, down from 59 percent two years ago, according to research by Telecompaper. The most common reason to hold on to a pay-TV subscription is to have access to live TV channels, a survey by the Telecompaper Consumer Panel found. Around 5 percent of consumers said they plan to cancel their TV subscription in the next 12 months in favour of watching online content. The same percentages said they

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Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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