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By Sheetal Sukhija | Friday December 15, 2017
T-Mobile plans to expand and will launch online TV service
In a bid to expand its wireless momentum, Bellevue-based carrier, T-Mobile has decided to provide TV service now. The carrier, which has been bolstered by an acquisition of television startup Layer3 TV, has been steadily growing its customer base for the last four years. T-Mobile said on Wednesday that it would launch a TV service in 2018 that it aims to make the “most-hated” industry … less hated. Layer3 operates an online TV subscription service in five states that brings together live channels, streaming services and social media. T-Mobile’s Chief Operating Officer Mike Sievert said on a conference call that its new TV service will be available to anyone with an internet connection, both in the home and on mobile devices. While the company has specified any details on how much the service would cost or when exactly it would launch in 2018, it did invoke its hatred of long-term contracts. The company’s CEO John Legere denounced competitors such as AT&T and Comcast for offering a bundle of services — such as wireless, internet and video — that gives customers lower rates but...Read more