According tomedia reports, because of the new corona virus pandemic, most people are trapped indoors, so streaming has become one of the main ways for many people to spend time. In March, a Nielsen analysis showed that devastating events such as hurricanes, storms and even a viral pandemic could lead to an average 61 percent increase in streaming video.
Cindy Holland, Netflix’s vice president of original content, revealed at a recent news conference in Israel that in 2019, Netflix subscribers will spend an average of two hours a day on the streaming service platform. If the data is true, Netflix subscribers will spend more than three hours a day streaming on average, according to KilltheCableBill.
It is reported that the company’s estimates include:
During the quarantine period, Netflix subscribers generated about 203,840,000 hours of traffic per day;
In April, Netflix subscribers in the U.S. watched about 611.52 million hours of content;
Netflix users use an average of 9.6GB of traffic per day during isolation;
Netflix subscribers in the U.S. used a total of about 1,834.6 million terabytes of data each month during the quarantine period.