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FCC Concerned About AT&T/DirecTV Mobile Video App

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Nov 10, 2016, 4:37 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

The FCC has said to AT&T that it has "serious concerns" about the company's planned streaming mobile video service. Specifically, the agency is worried the $35 price point "may obstruct competition and harm consumers" as other services won't be able to match it in terms of content offerings and delivery costs. The $35 monthly fee will give AT&T customers access to more than 100 channels of DirecTV content. The price of the service includes the cost of streaming the service over the network. The agency also believes the service might violate its net neutrality rules with respect to prioritized content. The FCC gave AT&T until Nov. 21 to respond to its queries.

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Nov 10, 2016, 6:48 PM

I wouldn't get too excited about this

Ever hear of U-verse. It was another one of those earth shattering moves AT&T made that went nowhere.

At $35.00 per month I wouldn't expect too much. 100 channels. Ha Ha Ha Ha.

I would expect 16 shopping channels, 12 church channels, 18 foreign soccer channels, etc, etc. Nothing that anybody would want to watch.
Need the sports channels at the very least.
 
 
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