Sling TV: Data Caps Are Cable Industry Tool To Sabotage Streaming Video

Speaking to The Wall Street Journal, an executive with Dish Network — which operates the $20/month Sling TV streaming service that’s intended to be a low-cost cable replacement — says companies like Comcast and AT&T that put strict limits on customers’ data plans, or charge premium prices for plans without caps, are deliberately targeting the over-the-top video market. – Chris Morran, Consumerist http://con.st/k5XAUVp