New in­ter­net TV ser­vice costs $16, but no sports

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - - BUSINESS -

NEWYORK— The hook of the lat­est in­ter­net TV ser­vice is a low price and no sports chan­nels.

An­a­lysts es­ti­mate that in­ter­net TV pack­ages such as Sling TV, YouTube TV and DirecTV Now have so far signed up a few mil­lion cus­tomers. These ser­vices are meant to re­place ca­ble TV with a cheaper price and a smaller bun­dle of chan­nels.

Un­like the ex­ist­ing ser­vices, though, Philo doesn’t of­fer many of the net­works that are of­ten con­sid­ered must-have. It lacks sports and the dom­i­nant ca­ble news net­works and ex­cludes broad­cast net­works like NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox.

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