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  • Netflix subscribers fall in US as costs and choices mount
  • Netflix subscribers fall in US as costs and choices mount
    Phillip Goldsberry (2019) ©
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Netflix subscribers fall in US as costs and choices mount

Amid underwhelming growth worldwide for Q2 2019, Netflix has reported a loss of subscribers in the US the first such decline since 2011. With people struggling to navigate endless viewing choices and justify paying for it, services are having to compete on both content and price point. 

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