How Much Are You Really Using Your Netflix Subscription?

Netflix

As far as entertainment goes, $7.99 per month for a basic Netflix streaming subscription seems like a relative bargain. Still, you’re only getting your money’s worth if you’re actually using it. So how much are you using it, really?

According to a new study, probably quite a lot. A research group has determined that the average Netflix user watches 93.2 minutes, or 1.55 hours,  of content on the service per day. That’s a 350% increase over 2011, when Netflix was getting crap for their decision to raise prices.

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