Comcast and Charter are learning the hard way what it means to be in the wireless carrier business. The nation's number one and number two cable television firms have what they called "wireless phone ventures."
Comcast has an MVNO service to subscribers called Xfinity Mobile which piggybacks on both Xfinity's large number of Wi-Fi hotspots, and Verizon's network while Charter has it Spectrum Mobile offer using Big Red's network as well.
The cable companies are reportedly losing money so far, as they have to pay about $5 for a gig of data to Verizon, but ...
Monday, June 17, 2019 - 3:27am