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T-Mobile US Plans To Launch Disruptive New TV Service In 2018

T-Mobile US Inc. (TMUS) president and CEO John Legere unveiled the next phase in the Un-carrier's mobile video strategy, announcing plans to launch a disruptive new TV service in 2018.

Legere also announced the Un-carrier has signed a definitive agreement to acquire TV technology innovator Layer3 TV, Inc. and will work with Layer3 TV's leading technology and talent to create T-Mobile's new TV service.

The Un-carrier will enter the $100+ billion pay TV market in 2018, bringing consumers real choice.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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