Andrew Ducker (andrewducker) wrote,
Andrew Ducker
andrewducker

I need to know how much you'd pay for music, TV, and the web

Values are in pounds, euros, or dollars (the difference being minimal nowadays)

I would pay this much per year for unlimited access to all music

10
2(3.8%)
25
7(13.5%)
50
14(26.9%)
100
12(23.1%)
250
3(5.8%)
500
1(1.9%)
1000
0(0.0%)
I just don't care about music
4(7.7%)
SEIWEIC
9(17.3%)

I would pay this much per year for unlimited access to all video (including TV and movies, excluding sports and other live events)

10
2(3.9%)
25
2(3.9%)
50
8(15.7%)
100
10(19.6%)
250
19(37.3%)
500
4(7.8%)
1000
1(2.0%)
I just dont care about video
5(9.8%)

I would pay this much per year for unlimited access to the web without advertising

10
3(5.9%)
25
5(9.8%)
50
6(11.8%)
100
13(25.5%)
250
11(21.6%)
500
1(2.0%)
1000
1(2.0%)
I just don't care about advertising
11(21.6%)


Background:
On average companies make £140/year/person out of advertising on the web, and most of those users wouldn't be willing to pay the £12/month that adds up to.

And most people aren't prepared to pay for streaming music in the UK, as £10/month is more than they can afford. Which doesn't seem entirely unreasonable. I was buying about 1 CD per year up until Spotify came out, and now I'm paying £120/year for music.
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