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Last week we asked you how many devices that can connect to the Internet you own. Due to a slight glitch causing the poll to disappear from the post for a while, not many people had the chance to vote, but I highly recommend reading through the comments How Many Devices That Can Connect To The Internet Do You Own? [MakeUseOf Poll] How Many Devices That Can Connect To The Internet Do You Own? [MakeUseOf Poll] Today, I’d like to know how many devices you own. But I’m not necessarily referring to smartphones this time, but to any and all devices that can connect to the Internet. This includes smartphones, tablets,... Read More from some interesting insights on our connectivity!

Out of 250 readers who voted, 1% own 0 devices (that’s 2 whole people!), 15.5% own 1-3 devices, 35.5% own 4-6 devices, 23% own 7-10 devices, and 25% of the readers who voted own more than 10 devices that can connect to the Internet. Take that, 90s!

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.

Don’t forget to check out last week’s best comment by Vishal Srivastava How Many Devices That Can Connect To The Internet Do You Own? [MakeUseOf Poll] How Many Devices That Can Connect To The Internet Do You Own? [MakeUseOf Poll] Today, I’d like to know how many devices you own. But I’m not necessarily referring to smartphones this time, but to any and all devices that can connect to the Internet. This includes smartphones, tablets,... Read More , who won 150 reward points for his interesting comment!

This week’s poll question is: Would You Pay To Watch YouTube Videos?

Want to make some extra MakeUseOf reward points? The most useful comment on the poll will be awarded 150 points!

One of the biggest things that happened this week was the launch of paid channels on YouTube Google Launches YouTube Subscription Program With Channels Starting At $0.99/Month [Updates] Google Launches YouTube Subscription Program With Channels Starting At $0.99/Month [Updates] Google announced on Thursday the launch of a pilot program designed to offer paid channels on YouTube with subscription fees starting at $0.99 per month. The program kicked off with a small group of partners... Read More . While limited in number and availability to start, this is not something that’s going to stay small for long. YouTube is a video platform that’s always been completely free, and although ads are becoming more and more common, asking people to pay for channel subscriptions is quite a leap of faith from Google. Or is it? Would you gladly pay a subscription for a channel you like, or do you prefer watching ads? Should YouTube stay free forever, or is this a good step towards making it a better place?

While the poll only includes three answers, you’re more than welcome to explain your views and full opinions in the comments!

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