Directv Bundles 5 million customers. (1 Viewer)

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I thought you guys might like to read this.
Sounds like Directv is doing very well with its bundling.


("Can AT&T improve subscriber trends with new converged products?" the firm asked in a research note. "Early trends suggest it can. Post-DirecTV, new product combinations such as the unlimited wireless offer for DirecTV subscribers attracted 5 million subscribers so far (15 million DirecTV households do not have AT&T Wireless, another 21 million households have AT&T Wireless but not DirecTV)…. Expectations are low for AT&T's bundling strategy and strong execution could drive upside.")

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The more wireless customers they get the slower the service will become.
There is a breakdown that shows who added directv and who added wireless and also who were completely new... the 5million is new subs to something, not necessarily new to wireless.

And new directv subs won't slow down the satellites.

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The more wireless customers they get the slower the service will become.
Wow that is so not the topic, or even what this post has to do with.

And I'm sure if that's the case bud, ATT will just expand with demand.
This isn't Cricket wireless we're talking about.

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