T-Mobile tempts Verizon customers to switch with a year’s free Hulu and 50% off selected accessories

It would seem that T-Mobile is once again gunning for Verizon. Back in May, it was with the #NeverSettle promotion that allowed Verizon customers to experience the Un-carrier network via a trial. Now it’s enticing Verizon customers with the lure of a year’s subscription to Hulu and a 50% discount on financed accessories if they switch to T-Mobile’s Simple Choice postpaid plan. With no trade-in necessary. Read more

T-Mobile’s next Uncarrier move might be called BingeOn for streaming video from services

Birmingham Alabama T-MobileWe’ve been hearing plenty of rumors about T-Mobile’s Uncarrier X move that’s set to be unveiled on November 10th, and we know it’s got something to do with video streaming. Now it looks like Evan Blass, better known as @evleaks on Twitter, has uncovered more details on exactly what that initiative entails. Read more

Advertisements could be no more on Hulu with looming premium subscription



Video and music streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Spotify, and Apple Music all have something in common. None of them feature advertisements along with the content. Subscriptions are meant to unlock access to exclusive content and offer a high-end, ad-free experience where users get what they want. Hulu has operated both its free and paid tiers with ads attached to content, especially irking customers that are paying $7.99 per month. The amount of Hulu subscribers sits at 9 million and ads could be what is preventing that number from booming.

With Project NOAH, that could change and provide Hulu with millions of additional subscribers at a quicker pace.

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Hulu discounting Showtime’s standalone streaming service for customers


Video streaming services are only as good as the television shows and movies offered. Customers want content and a lot of it. Companies like Netflix and Amazon spend aggressively to secure streaming rights for properties. Hulu, on the other hand, has always been in a strange position since it focuses heavily on television shows. Next month, Hulu’s catalog is set to grow as it will offer content from Showtime to subscribers for an additional, though discounted, fee.

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Hulu’s deal with AT&T brings free content to customers


The reach of Hulu will continue to grow as the video streaming service has a deal in place to provide AT&T customers with free content. The wireless carrier’s customers can watch Hulu content through their site and apps from anywhere. Also, the two companies are exploring the possibility of bring Hulu to televisions with a dedicated app.

A start date for the partnership’s benefits was not specified by either company but we do expect it to be active by the upcoming fall television season.

Hit the break for the full press release.

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