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Cost of TV service driving cord-cutting: Angus Reid

News | 10/18/2018 6:18 pm EDT
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A new report from the Angus Reid Institute indicates that the cost of services is the main driver behind the choice of Canadians who have gotten rid of their traditional TV service subscriptions.

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