Join JAAGNet and Group

SIgn up for JAAGNet & the Digital Media Group its FREE!!


Member Benefits:


Again signing up for JAAGNet & Group Membership is FREE and will only take a few moments!

Here are some of the benefits of Signing Up:

  • Ability to join and comment on all the JAAGNet Domain communities.
  • Ability to Blog on all the Domain communities 
  • Visibility to more pages and content at a group community level, such as Community, Internet, Social and Team Domain Community Feeds.
  • Make this your only content hub and distribute your blogs to LinkedIn, Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Messenger, Xing, Skype, WordPress Blogs, Pinterest, Email Apps and many, many more (100+) social network and feed sites. 
  • Opportunity to collaborate (soon to be  released) with various JAAGNet Business communities and other JAAGNet Network members.
  • Connect (become friends), Follow (and be Followed) and Network with JAAGNet members with similar interests.
  • Your Content will automatically be distributed on Domain and JAAGNet Community Feeds. Which are widely distributed by the JAAGNet team.

Join Us!

Gold Level Contributor

AT&T mulls part ad-funded tariffs

AT&T mulls part ad-funded tariffs

AT&T CEO John Stankey raised the possibility of introducing price plans part-subsidised by targeted advertising, Reuters reported, a system likely to take advantage of the operator’s digital arm.

In an interview with the publication, Stankey said he believed there was a segment of its customer base who would be open to accepting advertising in exchange for a discount of $5 to $10 on the cost of their monthly bills. He added the option could be available within two years.

The company is planning to launch a similar model for a discounted version of pay-TV service HBO in 2021.

Partly subsidised price plans are far from a new idea, with a range of MVNOs in several markets testing the model in recent years. But none achieved mainstream success and most large MNOs are yet to experiment with the approach.

Stankey’s comments on lowering monthly bills come as AT&T’s rivals make moves to increase their shares in the low-price segment of the US market.

Earlier this week Verizon signed a deal with America Movil to buy value-segment MVNO Tracfone for $6.25 billion, while T-Mobile US began offering discount rates prior to its big-money acquisition of Sprint.

Originally posted by
Chris Donkin | September 16, 2020
Mobile World Live

E-mail me when people leave their comments –

You need to be a member of JAAGNet to add comments!

Join JAAGNet

JAAGNet Digital Media Feed

JAAGNet Digital Media Events

JAAGNet Digital Media Blog Archive

See Original | Powered by elink

JAAGNet Digital Media Video Playlist