Cord Cutting Today: T-Mobile & Verizon Are Becoming the New Cable TV Giants, Bounce TV Could Soon Be Sold, & More





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Today in Cord Cutting Today for April 26, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: T-Mobile & Verizon Are Becoming the New Cable TV Giants Replacing Comcast & Spectrum.

You can find links to each story we talk about below this video:

T-Mobile & Verizon Are Becoming the New Cable TV Giants Replacing Comcast & Spectrum

The FCC Hast Voted To Impose Net Neutrality Rules on Comcast, Spectrum, & Others

Comcast Lost Over 487,000 TV Customers & Lost 65,000 Internet Customers in Q1 2024 as Cord Cutting is Speeding Up

Mattel Launches Trio of Free Channels on Samsung TV Plus Featuring Barbie, Hot Wheels, and More

Bounce TV Could Soon Be Up for Sale as Its Owners Explore Options

The Roku Channel Helps You Explore America’s Natural Wonders from Home with The New Parks Channel

Philo Adds 6 New Free Channels From A&E & Others

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