said by Bender_2k:
I think once cord cutting reaches critical mass and they see more consumers are opting to not pay $120/mo for 500 junk channels+hbo then they'll really considering appealing to us cord cutters. Unfortunately that hasn't happened yet, it's coming, slowly but surely.
Convinced my family to ditch our pricey satellite bundle (and HBO) in favour of a Netflix/Hulu/OTA HD antenna and never been happier.
*waits for everyone else to get on the bandwagon*
I think they'll just push the caps + overage models to "strongly discourage" all those
Internet video users.--
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