In what appears to be a defensive move, AT&T will offer its TV customers access to a library of movies for $5 a month. The company says it’s just an enhancement of its service. Read this post by Roger Cheng on CES 2013: Smartphones.
So AT&T thinks that because they offer me some movies on demand for mobile, which I will have to pay an additional $5 a month for, that I won’t just cancell their TV service pay the extra $3 for Netflix with 1000x more content because it’s easier? Does AT&T know I save money by cancelling that TV service too?
See on ces.cnet.com