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DHagar
DHagar
10/19/2016 1:52:27 PM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
@elizabethv, thanks - that is what makes the system work.  When the winners deliver better value to the customers you get better services and companies that are profitable and happy customers.  That is the true market disrupter and eventually it does smooth out in the interests of all.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
10/19/2016 9:12:40 AM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
@DHagar - That's all we can really hope for. That customer service is what sets the succesful companies apart from the rest. Not just their access to higher quality products, but higher quality service as well. 

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DHagar
DHagar
10/17/2016 8:40:07 PM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
@mpouraryan, yes - at least they are listening.

I believe the ones who will survive will be those who listen and attempt to deliver what their customers want.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
10/17/2016 8:17:13 PM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
I look forward to our brethren to share their thoughts as it is clear that Verizon understands the evolution--and as we have identified some rising stars, the question is who will be left standing in the end.

 

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DHagar
DHagar
10/17/2016 8:14:23 PM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
@mpouraryan, my pleasure.  Great - I will add them to my Rising Stars list!

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
10/17/2016 8:09:52 PM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
Very gracious of you as always Ma'am...I have one more that is up there in my view:  ROKU.   But that's just me :) 

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DHagar
DHagar
10/17/2016 8:01:05 PM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
@mpouraryan, good choices!  I definitely think Amazon can be a leader.  I will watch with interest their progress.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
10/17/2016 7:50:16 PM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
Thank you for Asking.   So far, I view Amazon as leading...because they not only have their own "MIX", but are serving as a distributor for STARZ & other outlets from John Malone's Media Empire....for instance, you can pay $ 8/month for unlimited access for stuff that you may have to rent thru Amazon--choice in action.   There are also some interesting "freemiums" that also are hitting the APP circuit including Crackle et. al (and although the ads are a bit annoying at times)....that also expands the very notion of choice.

 

 

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DHagar
DHagar
10/17/2016 7:45:36 PM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
@mpouraryan, agreed!

Do you view any providers as the racehorse to take the lead on this - if so - who?  I will mark down your prediction!

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
10/17/2016 7:37:53 PM
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Re: Unneccessary channels
As I am sure you agree, there is more than enough quantity.     Sometimes, for instance, when I scan the Amazon Prime Offerings, I am blown away (just to get a sense of the evolution) on what is out there--and available.     It is a challenging prospect.

 

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