AT&T has been in the news a lot and last week the carrier fully unveiled its new Watch TV video streaming service. We heard about the service a few weeks ago in a prior report, but now we have a lot more information regarding what to make of it.
T-Mobile has been an aggressive player in the market for years now. More often than any U.S. carrier, T-Mobile offers promotions where if users switch from another carrier, they are granted with some sort of freebie, making it worth the switch.
T-Mobile has long been known for their ‘uncarrier‘ tactics. From giving Pixel owners money to switch to their network to offering free promotions on Tuesdays, the carrier isn’t afraid to try different avenues of approach to gain more subscribers. T-Mobile is at it again with a new promotion designed to sway customers away from AT&T.
LeEco is increasing its presence here in the U.S. starting today. The company is now selling a handful of its products in U.S. retail stores such as Best Buy, Target and others. Some of these LeEco products include smartphones, TVs and accessories.
Traditional TV models have become less relevant in the digital age. Many people are turning away from standard cable packages and broadcast TV, opting instead for streaming services like Netflix or Hulu that are more flexible and less costly. AT&T has decided to capitalize on this trend with the launch of their own streaming services.