Household Cable and Internet Spending Plateaus

Barbie Espinol

SEATTLE—The ongoing shift in consumer spending towards streaming services has slightly cut U.S. consumer spending on cable and internet spending, according to a new report from doxo (opens in new tab)

Despite inflation in the overall economy, doxo’s new U.S. Cable & Internet Market Size and Household Spending Report for 2022, reveals Americans spend $146 billion annually on cable and internet bills, with 82% of U.S. households paying cable and Internet bills that cost $114 per month, or $1,368 per year on average. That amounts to $1,122 per year when averaging across all U.S. households. 

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