Verizon has been reported to be working on a live TV streaming service for a few months now, and it is getting close to launching the service.
This week it started to invite Verizon customers asking them to be testers for the new service. Not only would they get to test the new service, but they also get a free year of Triple Play phone, TV, and Internet from Verizon.
The following is a sample of the email sent to potential beta testers:
“You’re invited to be part of a select group of consumers to participate in a trial of some of our newest in-home entertainment features,” notes the e-mail being sent to select customers. “This is a unique opportunity to test-drive these exciting new TV features in advance of general availability to the public.”
From there it asks you to take a survey, and if you are lucky you will get access to test out Verizon’s new live TV beta service.
Reports are that Verizon is waiting for its purchase of Yahoo to close later this month. After that happens it is expected that Verizon will make an announcement about its live TV service as soon as June or maybe July 2017.
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