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Polish internet users ready to pay for VoD services

Monday 4 April 2016 | 17:10 CET | News
Poles are most willing to pay online for watching video on demand, according to data from Pentagon Research, reported by Rpkom.pl. In January, 43 percent of internet users paid for films or series via VoD. In 2013, the share was 44 percent. The research by Pentagon Research and Best Content was conducted in the first week of February and concerned payments made over the past 30 days. Polish consumers are also willing to pay for audio books and e-books; in January 27.2 percent paid for audio books and e-books, compared to 29.2 percent in January 2015. There was significant growth in payments

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