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NewDaddy
Posts: 22
Registered: ‎01-17-2012

Will Verizon ever build an app for Roku?

Now that Verizon Fios is letting iPad, XBox, and Blu-Ray players stream some of their channels, I begin to wonder if they will ever build an app for Roku.  Of different video streaming devices, my favorite is Roku. If they've let XBox and Blu-Ray players stream channels, which can stream video on TV screen, there seems to no reason not to include Roku.

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damorgman
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Registered: ‎08-05-2014
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Re: Will Verizon ever build an app for Roku?

They probably wont because they're worried about losing money on set top boxes, but I think this would lock in a lot more customers to their service, and it would drive up their channel plans as people will want access to the some of the premium channels, or even a more complete package so they have access to things like BBC America, Sprout, Etc. 

 

I know one of the main reason I subscribed to HBO is I can watch it with HBO GO almost anywhere.  If Verison had their own app availble for the Roku for premium channels I'd likely upgrade to a bigger package with more channels to get more value out of the Roku viewing in another room. 

 

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