Sunday, May 14, 2017

Hybriders.com

Come on, Hybriders.com, who are you trying to fool?

Your article from May 8 was titled "Comcast and Charter partner to push into wireless service."

Engadget's article from May 8 was titled "Comcast and Charter partner to push into wireless service."

Your first two paragraphs, which were written by CathyLaw:
In recent years, a number of telecommunication and media giants have attempted some major mergers (sometimes unsuccessfully) to consolidate power — a move that often leaves customers with less choice. While Comcast and Charter Communications aren’t merging, they did announce a new partnership today that aims the considerable power of the two companies right at the wireless industry. The partnership is rather vague for now, but it sounds like the two companies will be working together to make a substantial push into competing directly with Verizon and AT&T. 
Right now, both Comcast and Charter have agreements with Verizon in which they can lease wireless spectrum and re-sell it to their own customers. But this agreement binds the two telecommunications giants together such that neither company can make a major merger or acquisition relating to wireless without the other’s consent. Many in the media are already speculating that this partnership means the two companies are looking to team up and purchase one of the smaller wireless carriers, like Sprint or T-Mobile, to accelerate their entry into the market.

Engadget's first two paragraphs, which were written by Nathan Ingraham:
In recent years, a number of telecommunication and media giants have attempted some major mergers (sometimes unsuccessfully) to consolidate power -- a move that often leaves customers with less choice. While Comcast and Charter Communications aren't merging, they did announce a new partnership today that aims the considerable power of the two companies right at the wireless industry. The partnership is rather vague for now, but it sounds like the two companies will be working together to make a substantial push into competing directly with Verizon and AT&T. 
Right now, both Comcast and Charter have agreements with Verizon in which they can lease wireless spectrum and re-sell it to their own customers. But this agreement binds the two telecommunications giants together such that neither company can make a major merger or acquisition relating to wireless without the other's consent. Many in the media are already speculating that this partnership means the two companies are looking to team up and purchase one of the smaller wireless carriers, like Sprint or T-Mobile, to accelerate their entry into the market.
You're just taking Engadget's content and passing it off as your own.  And you've got an AdChoices box and some embedded video for Goa Luxury Indian Vacations?  That's just sketchy.

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