Entertainment World Apple Tv+ Survey claims 62% of Apple TV+ subscribers are on a free trial as Apple builds its content catalog – 9to5Mac

Survey claims 62% of Apple TV+ subscribers are on a free trial as Apple builds its content catalog – 9to5Mac



Results from a new survey claim to offer up a look at how many of Apple TV+ subscribers are still on a free trial, what the future could look like for subs as trials end, and more as Apple TV+ continues to expand its content.

Reported by Variety, a study has been published by MoffettNathan/HarrisX on the state of streaming video on demand services (SVOD) for Q4. The survey results claims to show how Apple TV+ in comparison to other competitors.

MoffettNathan says that 62% of the Apple TV+ subscribers it surveyed are currently on a free trial. While that may not sound ideal, it’s a key part of Apple’s strategy for now – the company just extended free trials for the second time earlier this month as it continues to work on expanding its catalog of content.

However, some potentially bad news – if it pans out this way – is that 29% of those Apple TV+ users said they wouldn’t choose to continue their subscriptions after the free trial ended, 30% said they would, and the remaining said they were undecided about paying $5/month for Apple TV+.

In contrast, MoffettNathan said its survey found 48% of Disney+ subscribers on a free plan would continue the service afterward, suggesting Apple TV+ has higher customer turnover than its competitors by up to 6x.

Almost half of Disney Plus subs on the Verizon promo (48%) said they planned to resubscribe after the free-access
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