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Charter Communications testing a sports-free skinny bundle offering

Last week we wondered if a pay TV provider would offer an entertainment-only bundle and lo and behold, one has done so. Charter Communications, the nation’s second-largest pay TV provider behind Comcast, is offering a sports-free bundle of 25 entertainment channels for $19.95/month. This is a streaming service that is offered on iOS, Amazon and Android Read more... The post Charter Communications testing a sports-free skinny bundle offering appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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