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  • Account sharing is the norm for Netflix users
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Account sharing is the norm for Netflix users

Netflix price hikes – the most recent of which was announced in June 2015 – are never received well. But while its 65 million subscribers might be grumbling, there’s little reason for them to complain. New research shows that around two-thirds of Netflix users share their accounts.

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