The steady behaviors of cord cutting plus an increase in programming costs have made small cable operators stop fighting the trend.
However, if your company invites you to dump its Tv services and use online streaming services, they may be hiding costs which will be painful to your pocket by beneficial to the internet providers.
A lot of providers had data caps which limits the amount of content that you can download every month. Small cable services are also highly generous with data caps. Such companies also have a difficult time trying to keep programming rates on a check, and they end up losing money on video.
A Moffett Nathanson study revealed that among small cable operators it had become quite a challenge to keep the video subscriber base. The study showed that Mediacom and Cable One are companies which are more than happy to see their video subscribers quit.
However, the survey which was conducted on March 13th did not show the low data limits of the two firms.
Jameson Zimmer in a statement said that some small cable operators have legal problems with streaming content like YouTube and Netflix due to massive growth in traffic which in returns to low peak performance for the users.
Large corporations use streaming services for business purposes and also because they can. Craig Moffet wrote in an email and said that smaller companies are more likely to impose stringent data plans.