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Are "Cord-Cutters" Cutting Home Internet?

Which cords are the so-called “cord-cutters” cutting? Well, according to new findings from the Leichtman Research Group, about 1% of U.S. households stopped paying for home Internet subscriptions, and relied on wireless access instead. By contrast, “Just 0.4% of households in the last year canceled their pay-television subscriptions in favor of getting video entertainment over the Internet via services such as Hulu or Netflix,” The Wall Street Journal notes.

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