Reasons not to use a paid music subscription in the United Kingdom (UK) 2016

This statistic shows the results of a survey on the reasons that motivated respondents in the United Kingdom (UK) not to pay for a music subscription service in 2016. Almost half of respondents stated that a paid subscription model did not appeal to them, while a quarter of respondents reported that they preferred not to pay for music and to use free sources such as YouTube instead; 31 percent found paid music subscriptions to be too expensive.

Why did you decide not to pay for a music subscription?

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Release date

May 2017


United Kingdom

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all those who paid for a music subscription service

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