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Have you cancelled a streaming service subscription to save money?

Netflix lost a million subscribers in the last quarter – as streamers battle against more competition and the cost of living crisis.

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Published: Friday, 22nd July 2022 at 10:01 am
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With the increasing number of streaming services cropping up over the past few years, it's become almost impossible to subscribe to every single platform available.

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Whereas once viewers essentially had to choose between Netflix and Prime Video, platforms such as Disney Plus, Apple TV+ and BritBox have all emerged as key players in the market in recent years.

And so, coupled with the ongoing cost of living crisis – which has driven up commodity prices around the world – it's perhaps unsurprising that some TV viewers are choosing to drop some of their subscriptions.

Indeed, between April and June this year, Netflix lost almost 1 million subscribers worldwide, and even though this was less than originally feared, it still marks by far the biggest quarterly drop in the company's history.

With that in mind, we're interested to know if RadioTimes.com readers have cancelled a streaming service subscription to save money, and are inviting fans to take part in the poll below.

The two-part poll first lets you have your say on whether you have stopped any of your subscriptions, and you'll then be asked to give details on which platforms you've dropped – with the options including Netflix, Disney Plus, Apple TV+, Prime Video, BritBox, Peacock, Paramount+, and Hayu.

Vote below to have your say.

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