Thursday, April 19, 2007

We want our downloads for free.

The following post is a follow up to a survey that Telephia and Arbitron conducted.

MediaPost Publications - (Even) Mobile Content Yearns To Breathe (Kinda) Free - 04/19/2007
A study of mobile audio content users (downloads, sideloads, mobile radio, etc.) found that more than three-quarters of them seem ready to swap commercial support for free content. While the carriers hoped that downloading music to phones would register as a value-add consumers would want to pay more to access . . .
Findings of the survey from Yahoo:
Initial findings from the Arbitron/Telephia Mobile Audio Media Study show that roughly six percent of mobile subscribers say they have listened to audio content on their mobile phones in the last 30 days. In addition, the profile of today's typical phone-based audio user is classic early-adopter: 63 percent of these users are men and 71 percent are in the 25-44 year-old age group.

Can you guess what else they found? No one, no matter their age, gender or early-adoption status, wants to pay more for the privilege of paying to download music and videos.


2 comments:

Jess said...

Free is the way to go. I rarely download stuff to my phone, a phone is a phone!

CyberCelt said...

@jess-my son downloads music, different ring tones, wall papers, you name it. His current ringtone sounds like an old telephone ringing. Brrrrriiiinnnggg. Go figure...

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