T-Mobile wants to “uncarrier” Cable TV | Engadget Today04:33

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Published on January 21, 2018

It’s not like they could be ay worse than what we already have.

You’d think that telecoms would want to bail on conventional TV services given how many people are cutting the cord, but don’t tell that to T-Mobile. The carrier has revealed that it’s launching a TV service in 2018, and that it has acquired Layer3 TV (a company that integrates TV, streaming and social networking) to make this happen. It claims that it can “uncarrier” TV the way it did with wireless service, and has already targeted a few areas it thinks it can fix: it doesn’t like the years-long contracts, bloated bundles, outdated tech and poor customer service that are staples of TV service in the US.

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