Tuesday, May 15, 2018

What to expect from T-Mobile’s future disruptive, Denver-based TV service? “Listening to customers”

But more importantly, he said, T-Mobile wants to remake the cable TV industry much like it did mobile service. The company upended the mobile industry, getting rid of two-year contracts and offering unlimited data plans when few others would.

In the TV world, however, the company faces fierce competition, as evidenced during sessions of The Pay TV Show, which attracted panelists from Sling TV, Amazon, Hulu and others. According to market researcher Parks Associates, there are 214 internet-based TV services just in the U.S.

From the article "What to expect from T-Mobile’s future disruptive, Denver-based TV service? “Listening to customers” by Tamara Chuang.

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