Almost three-quarters of Netflix fans polled on Reddit said they’d cancel their subscriptions if the streaming giant brought commercial interruption to their favourite shows.
74 per cent of members would break up with the company, the AllFlicks survey reveled, while the majority of Netflix users would also rather pay higher subscription premiums than see ads.
The margin is overwhelming too, with 90 per cent of the 1,200 respondents preferring a higher price to ads.
Although most would only pay $1-2 dollars to avoid commercials, around one fifth would pay more than $3 to stave off ads.
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Netflix competitor Hulu does offer advertisements, but recently introduced a new tier that would get rid of them for an extra $4 a month.
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