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Charter tests streaming-only cable service for $20/month

If you've cut the cable cord, or have been tempted to do so, you may be getting yet another streaming option soon. Cable company Charter Communications is testing a new streaming service called Spectrum Stream among their internet subscribers. Via: Fast Company Source: Reuters, Reddit
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