Thursday, December 22, 2016

Denver’s Newest Cable TV Service Plans Mid-January Launch

“The $120 per month core package might cause some sticker shock among consumers. Compounding it, the fact that the consumer then also must pay a traditional operator for a robust broadband connection may face resistance in the market,” said Glenn Hower, senior research analyst with market researcher Parks Associates.

From the article "Denver’s Newest Cable TV Service Plans Mid-January Launch" by Tamara Chuang.

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