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Bundler's remorse: Pay-TV customers would prefer smaller, cheaper options

5:11 PM, Oct. 18, 2013
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Almost three-quarters of pay-TV subscribers would like to purchase slimmer, customized TV bundles - mostly because they believe it would lead to lower bills, according to a new consumer survey.

At the same time, subscribers accept the pay-TV model and are consuming soaring amounts of entertainment through smartphones, tablets and new video services such as Netflix.

"We are seeing outlandish consumption, and that is good for the industry and good for the consumer," said Joe Atkinson, the market advisory leader in Philadelphia for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, which conducted the ...

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