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T-Mobile focusing on à la carte video subscriptions, says streaming TV market already saturated

[2019-02-07 20:45:06]

Streaming live TV has become really popular within the last few years with competitors such as Sling, PlayStation Vue, Hulu TV, and YouTube TV saturating the market. T-Mobile is expected to launch its own service sometime this year, but says they don’t want to offer a “skinny bundle”, and will instead focus on an à la carte video subscription service. The post T-Mobile focusing on à la carte video subscriptions, says streaming TV market already saturated appeared first on 9to5Mac.

T-Mobile focusing on à la carte video subscriptions, says streaming TV market already saturated


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