More young people are cancelling video streaming subs – can Netflix with ads change that?

ballamannin

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I’d rather pay a little more for no adverts. However, what I am thinking of doing is cycling through them month subscription 1/2 month off. Then just binge what I want on one at a time for a month so only have one active subscription instead of 3.
 

kdbur

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Apple TV+ offers a more curated offering for £50 a year and is my preferred streamer.

Netflix offering their cheapest tier in SD is an insult!

If their ad supported tier is in 4K is the same price as their current cheapest tier, I will go for it, otherwise it's a no from me...
 
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manicm

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I've said it before, and I'll repeat it - advertising is not going to save Netflix.

It's problem is the content that has been pulled from the service - by Disney and others. Star Trek has been pulled. The latest Dynasty series has been pulled. They've canned some interesting series.

If there's no content that viewers want to watch they won't subscribe - simples.
 

Terry Webb

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Netflix isn't my cup of tea but why don't they offer a once a year upfront subscription payment at a discount price.
 

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