Cord Cutting This Week #246 – T-Mobile’s Home Internet Update, Hidden Cable TV Fees Banned, & More





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Scissors Cutting the cableToday in CCT #246 we talk about: T-Mobile’s Home Internet Update, Hidden Cable TV Fees Banned, & More.

Story# 1 A New Law Bans Cable TV Providers From Charging for Routers They Don’t Own

Story #2 T-Mobile’s Home Internet Service Is Looking for More Testers

Story #3 AT&T TV NOW Adds 500 Hours of DVR Storage & 3 Streams to Select Packages

Story #4 New Rumors Point to YouTube TV Taking Over NFL Sunday Ticket

Story #5 SpaceX’s Home Internet Service is Now Closer to Reality

Story #7 TiVo Unveils a Streaming Player to Compete with Roku, Fire TV, & More

Story #8 AT&T Is Betting Big on AT&T TV, But the Lack of Roku Support May Kill It

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