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The Freemium Effect: Why Consumers Perceive More Value with Free than with Premium Offers

@inproceedings{Niemand2015TheFE,
  title={The Freemium Effect: Why Consumers Perceive More Value with Free than with Premium Offers},
  author={Thomas Niemand and S. Tischer and Tina Fritzsche and S. Kraus},
  booktitle={ICIS},
  year={2015}
}
  • Thomas Niemand, S. Tischer, +1 author S. Kraus
  • Published in ICIS 2015
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Continuous evolution of digital technology not only changes the way people communicate, it also fundamentally alters how companies generate revenue. [...] Key Result Consequently, decision-making variables (value, intention, and willingness to pay) favor the free versions. Implications for practice and research are provided building upon these results.Expand Abstract
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