Monday, July 30, 2012

Some People Just Don't Want to Buy Cable TV

Would lower prices-even prices 50 percent lower-convince you to buy a product you really did not want? That seems not to be the case for some 33 percent of survey respondents who have abandoned their video entertainment subscriptions, according to TechBargains. 


Prices arguably are getting to be a major irritant for most consumers who buy video entertainment services. But not for all. Some consumers simply do not see value in buying video entertainment services at all, no matter what the price. 

 

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