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LOS ANGELES, March 06, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- According to research released today by BroadbandNow (https://broadbandnow.com), 39 million U.S. adults added or switched home internet, TV or phone service in 2018.
The research, “BroadbandNow 2019 U.S. Internet, TV & Phone Shopping Study,” examines why internet, TV and phone customers switch providers or subscribe to new services, and whether or not they are happier after doing so. It also takes a look at emerging home services’ offerings, including new technologies and provider plans.
“We're in an era of unprecedented choice in technology and service providers for internet, TV and phone purchases,” said John Busby, managing director of BroadbandNow. “This led 39 million U.S. adults to add or purchase new service last year, most often motivated by price. It is also evident that providers looking to differentiate can attract new customers with faster speeds, creative product bundling and better service.”
Highlights from the research, which provides clarity to the consumer trends facing home internet, TV and phone services providers, include:
“Broadband Now 2019 U.S. Internet, TV & Phone Shopping Study” is available at https://broadbandnow.com/research/internet-tv-phone-shopping-study-2019.
BroadbandNow is the champion for consumers in-the-market for broadband internet services. BroadbandNow’s database of providers, the largest in the U.S., delivers the highest-value guides consisting of comprehensive plans, prices and ratings for thousands of internet service providers. BroadbandNow relentlessly collects and analyzes internet providers’ coverage and availability to provide the most accurate zip code search, so consumers can compare and contrast providers and plans to find the best broadband service. For more information on BroadbandNow, visit: https://broadbandnow.com.