Survey: 1/3 of Cord-Cutters Gone for Good

According to a survey by TechBargains, 33% of people who have cut the cord on cable/satellite services said they would not re-install services even if the cost were drastically reduced. Half of respondents (52%) are cable subscribers, 19% subscribe to digital satellite, and 29% have cut the cord. The results indicate that 83% of people cut the cord because of high cost, followed by 17% who discontinued cable/satellite service because it did not provide the best quality and variety of content.

The survey also indicates that people who have disconnected their landline phones are two times more likely to eliminate their cable/satellite subscription than those who have not disconnected their home telephone.
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