First, EI is not MLB.tv so that ruling doesn't count.If Dish is charging $165 for MLB EI they are over charging for the service per the class action suit agreement
- Price Relief
- MLB will lower the price of MLB.TV to $109.99 for 2016 (from the 2015 price of $129.99). MLB will be prohibited from increasing the price by more than 3% (or the federal Cost of Living Adjustment ("COLA"), if higher) per year through 2020.
- For the 2016 and 2017 MLB seasons, Comcast and DIRECTV will provide the full season MLB Extra Innings product at a 12.5% discount from the 2015 price.
- Now if Dish charges more than the other providers, so be it. But you're going to have some explaining to do regarding the discrepancy.
- I'd not want to be in your shoes when customers find out Dish is marking up the price ......essentially because they can....
Second, EI includes MLB.tv so you get two services instead of one.
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