Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Over The Top TV Streaming

Storytelling as a form of entertainment has been around for centuries, and it’s something that will continue to evolve. From plays to photographs to film, we value the art form and how technology has made everything so accessible. Television has been around for the last few decades, but now the future is here: OTT.

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What is OTT?
You might be asking yourself: what in the world is OTT? It stands for Over The Top, and it’s one of the newest ways for you to receive your favorite shows and movies. Unlike other services like traditional cable or satellite, OTT delivers film and TV content through the internet.

What are the uses of OTT?
It may seem like a lot to take in, but many services that consumers use actually would benefit from OTT. If you are a subscriber to Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now or Amazon Prime, all of these services use streaming to bring your favorite shows and movies to you. 

Why should you switch?
Each consumer has different uses and needs when it comes to entertainment. Perhaps you still watch cable TV everyday, or you may utilize more streaming services. Whatever you like, there are more options out there than ever before, and some options can save you money! OTT can help you make the most of your services and can help cater to your needs to help you get the best bang for your buck.

Why is this important?
The technology world is constantly changing. Here at Mid Century Fiber, our goal is to bring fiber technology to as many people as possible. We want to educate our consumers on the benefits of switching over to fiber technology, where OTT is a service we can set you up with.

Mid Century Fiber offers Internet speeds of up to 1 Gig for both download and upload, along with 50/50, 100/100, and 250/250 -  all more than enough speed and bandwidth to stream video! 

If you’re interested in switching over today, visit our website or give us a call today at (309) 778-8611 to learn more about fiber technology! 

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