‘We’ll have a cordless world’: Verizon’s latest 5G announcement seems to be a missile aimed directly at the cable-TV business
|08/15/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Verizon will bundle YouTube TV along with 5G in its four initial 5G cities.
- YouTube TV typically runs at $40 a month and offers more than 60 channels, including networks like CBS, Fox, and ESPN.
- The move seems aimed to disrupt the cable industry.
Verizon wants to help give you a great line up of TV channels — without any need for a cord.
The wireless giant will include YouTube TV service and Apple TV 4K along with 5G service to customers in each of its four initial markets — Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento — when the service hits these cities later read more >>>