Re: Let me guess...
said by rradina:And stockholders and the board will also slam them for not finding ways to increase revenue?
...and the traffic won't count against caps?
Sometimes a company that's good in one line of business (LOB) can stretch/reinvent itself somewhere else. Far too often things like this end up a big failure and stock holders should slam the crap out of the board and executive management when it goes thud.
So what do you propose they do instead of poo-pooing something before you even know how it will work or what it will be?
Re: skip one problem and move on to another!
said by rradina:Makes me wonder if one of them will buy a game company, like Electronic Arts.
They are looking for new sources of revenue and growth. they should buy something to grow rather than build-from-scratch.
Concentrated power has always been the enemy of liberty - Ronald Reagan
Re: What's sad about this
said by hottboiinnc4:If you're a family with kids, and your ISP is constantly spamming you in your email and actual mail service with flyers for $15 a month gaming service, and your kids can get the same games as the X-box 360 and PS3, are you going to pay $300 for a 360/PS3 plus $60 a game, + $10 a month for X-Box live service? Or pay $15 a month + possibly $10 - $20 a game? (if they even charge for the games) All I'm saying is I can see this getting way bigger than 2% if they market it right and guarantee the ability of multiplayer. But then again if they do get this off the ground I bet they consider it a "service" and as such don't count it towards the cap, or attempt to do that anyway.
Who said that 2% would use this service?
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