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Netflix streams on a laptop and cellphone. The video- streaming service is responsible for 35 percent of bandwidth usage in North America, according to a recent study. (Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP/Getty Images)

Cord cutter, or committed to cable? How you watch what you watch

Raghu Manavalan Mar 26, 2015
Netflix streams on a laptop and cellphone. The video- streaming service is responsible for 35 percent of bandwidth usage in North America, according to a recent study. (Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP/Getty Images)

When Marketplace conducted a poll about your entertainment consumption habits, we learned that while some of you are still paying for deluxe cable packages, many others have found creative solutions to cut down costs — some to as low as $7 a month (by getting internet services for free).  

Here are how Marketplace listeners are getting their entertainment, how much it’s costing them, and why some of them decided to cut the cord on cable:  

  

  

  

 Here’s what else Marketplace readers had to say about their habits: 

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