Verizon reportedly planning online TV service for this summer

It took a while, but it seems like everyone now wants in on online TV. The latest company to show interest is Verizon, which according to Bloomberg, is preparing to launch a nationwide streaming TV service in the US.

Bloomberg reports that Verizon hopes to launch a streaming service this summer. It would include “dozens” of channels and will likely be priced “similarly” to DirecTV Now ($35 to $70 per month) and Sling TV ($20 to $40 per month).

Verizon declined to comment.

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