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Cablevision Woos New Customers With Cord Cutter Packages

Cablevision Headquarters in Bethpage, N.Y. are seen in a file photo from Aug. 8, 2005. (AP Photo/Ed Betz)
Cablevision headquarters in Bethpage, N.Y. are seen in a file photo from Aug. 8, 2005. (AP Photo/Ed Betz)

 

(Tech Times) – With many consumers in the latest generation of adults filling the ranks of the “cord never” crowd, Cablevision has adjusted two of its service packages to support those who don’t intend to ever link up with cable and those who have cut the cord.

The new Cord Cutter and Everyday Low Price packages include digital antennas and low broadband prices to encourage the cord cutter and cord never lifestyles.

“‘Cord cutters’ and ‘cord nevers,’ who prefer to access video through the Internet, can now easily self-select the broadband products they want and receive over-the-air broadcast TV through a digital antenna,” says Cablevision.

The two new bundles are a result of Cablevisions’ re-imagining of its relationship with its consumers, says Kristin Dolan, Cablevision’s chief operating officer.

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