A new product offering is usually announced with a big splash. However AT&T told the world about its plans for a new skinny bundle of services from a less likely place...a courtroom.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson was testifying in the antitrust trial where the US federal government is trying to block AT&T from buying Time Warner. When government litigators claimed that the merger would stifle competition, Stephensen let slip that AT&T is developing a new OTT skinny bundle called AT&T Watch. The package would include some popular programmers but NO SPORTS as a cost saving move and will be available for around $15.00 sometime in the next several weeks.
Assuming that Mr. Stephenson wouldn't fib about something like that while under oath, the possible launch of AT&T Watch bears watching.
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