Cord Cutting Today: Comcast Cuts Prices For Some Services, Peacock Gets a Third Exclusive NFL Game, & More





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Today in Cord Cutting Today for March 27, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: Amazon Cracks Down on Piracy & Counterfeit Products.

You can find links to each story below this video.

Amazon Says It Removed 7 Million Counterfeit Products & Banned 700,000 Sellers in 2023

DIRECTV Rolls Out a New User Interface To Its Gemini Streaming Devices & Coming to Roku, Fire TV, & More Later This Year

Pluto TV Adds 3 New Free Live Channels From Warner Bros. Discovery

Comcast Is Cutting the Price on Many of Its Most Popular Mobile Plans by as Much as $20 a Month

Peacock Will Exclusively Stream The NFL’s First Game From Brazil On Opening Weekend of The 2024 NFL Season

Apple TV’s Recent Update Is Breaking Some Third-Party Remotes

T-Mobile Subscribers Can Get Free MLB.TV – Limited Time Offer Starts Tomorrow – Here is Everything You Need to Know

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