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Disney + edition may lead to a wave of Netflix cancellations, a new survey reveals – BGR

Earlier this month, Disney officially removed the Disney + wraps, the high-expected streaming service designed to compete with Netflix and HBO. With streaming, all the rage these days, and with Disney already boasting an absolute tax source of content, surely comes into the streaming game a lot. From what we can collect so far, Disney's streaming strategy shows to be incredibly well thought out. In addition to a comprehensive library of compelling content – which will include all 30 seasons The Simpsons – the company willingly signaled to offer Disney + at a discounted rate if users choose to bundle with services such as ESPN + and Hulu. And talking about price, the price of $ 6.99 Disney revealed last week is remarkably cheap and does a solid job of capturing Netflix. With Disney + slated to roll out next November, it says that the fast streaming service will quickly gather an impressive number of subscribers. What remains to be seen, however, is that consumers will see Disney + as an add-on service that can be enjoyed alongside Netflix or if Disney + is so convincing that it can actually urge some Netflix subscribers to completely discontinue their subscriptions. Managing this Much Problem, Streaming Observer recently conducted a survey of 602 Netflix subscribers to assess the impact of Disney + on Netflix. Somewhat surprisingly, 1 2.3% of respondents suggest that they "can discontinue Netflix and get Disney +", while 2.2% of respondents indicated that they plan to cancel Netflix no…

Earlier this month, Disney officially removed the Disney + wraps, the high-expected streaming service designed to compete with Netflix and HBO. With streaming, all the rage these days, and with Disney already boasting an absolute tax source of content, surely comes into the streaming game a lot.

From what we can collect so far, Disney’s streaming strategy shows to be incredibly well thought out. In addition to a comprehensive library of compelling content – which will include all 30 seasons The Simpsons – the company willingly signaled to offer Disney + at a discounted rate if users choose to bundle with services such as ESPN + and Hulu. And talking about price, the price of $ 6.99 Disney revealed last week is remarkably cheap and does a solid job of capturing Netflix.

With Disney + slated to roll out next November, it says that the fast streaming service will quickly gather an impressive number of subscribers. What remains to be seen, however, is that consumers will see Disney + as an add-on service that can be enjoyed alongside Netflix or if Disney + is so convincing that it can actually urge some Netflix subscribers to completely discontinue their subscriptions.

Managing this Much Problem, Streaming Observer recently conducted a survey of 602 Netflix subscribers to assess the impact of Disney + on Netflix.

Somewhat surprisingly, 1

2.3% of respondents suggest that they “can discontinue Netflix and get Disney +”, while 2.2% of respondents indicated that they plan to cancel Netflix no matter what.

The report adds:

With just under 14.5% of subscribers indicating that they can leave the service, it corresponds to nearly 9 million customers. That is equivalent to $ 116.9 million a month with potential lost revenue for Netflix. This harder anger many subscribers expressed in 2017 when learning Netflix would lose Disney content.

Of course, the reality is many people who threaten to interrupt actually not follow through and do so. But even though only 2.2% of subscribers indicate that they will definitely cancel what stops doing so, it still represents 1.3 million domestic customers at a time when Netflix growth in the US stops.

I totally agree with the feeling here, that is, many people can talk a great game when it comes to interrupting Netflix but not many people actually follow through. As Netflix continues to pump out new content at a breakneck rate, it is difficult to imagine a large group of users – except perhaps the hard-working Disney fans – choosing Disney + over Netflix.

When it comes to Netflix subscribers concerned When trying to find Disney +, 37.5% of respondents stated a plan to take the new streaming service for a test run.

There is much more information that can be retrieved from the survey, which can be seen in its entirety here. My personal task is that Disney + is extremely convincing – especially at the $ 6.99 price comparison – but it’s really hard to imagine any service that really gives Netflix a run for their money right now.

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