Within the past decade, video has evolved from a living room pastime into an anywhere and everywhere format. The invention of the smartphone had just about everything to do with this evolution, so it's no wonder that most telcos are trying to not only stay on top of the trend, but guide it in a direction that is beneficial for their companies. Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile have each had varying degrees of investment in video and OTT businesses.
Additionally, these companies offer video lovers incentives for using their services: T-mobile allows customers to stream Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, YouTube, and SlingTV without using their own data; Verizon allows its customers to stream go90 and its FiOS Mobile App data free; and AT&T, for a ...
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