Now that net neutrality is history, will OTT TV survive? The way I see it, all forms of ISPs what to put an end to OTT TV. Cable companies want to retain or even gain TV customers, so they'll be the first to sabotage OTT. Many phone companies now offer their own TV service, so same as cable. Mobile providers already don't like OTT because it bogs down the networks they don't want to spend money upgrading. And finally, there's satellite internet, I've never found a truly unlimited internet plan over satellite so I suspect they don't care for OTT either. Even if you can get DSL from a phone company that doesn't have their own TV service to sell you, they'll probably try to bundle you with satellite TV. And if you get your DSL from AT&T, you know what they'll be trying to sell you. I can't think of any ISP that doesn't profit from breaking OTT. Where does this leave OTT TV?