Why IPTV is the future of Entertainment?
If you are not familiar with IPTV, it is the distribution of television services over the Internet as opposed to
traditional cable or satellite lines. While IPTV has been around since 1995 in some capacity, it has not been
widely used until the last few years. As the use of high speed Internet increases, IPTV becomes a much more
viable alternative to standard television.
Price of Internet Continues to Drop
As the price of Internet drops and more people across the world gain access to high speed Internet,
IPTV will continue to gain in popularity. Internet access has been the primary barrier to the success of IPTV,
but as providers lower prices and some municipalities begin to offer totally free Internet service, people are
turning to the Internet for their television content as opposed to their TV set.
Consumers are Tired of Expensive Cable Bills
Just a few years ago having cable television was almost a necessity to keep up with the latest current events and to
be able to watch high quality program. This is no longer the case with the advancements in IPTV. Providers are
offering online options that allow consumers to watch more content for pennies on the dollar compared to expensive
cable television rates.
One way that IPTV providers have begun to gain popularity is by offering features that cannot be found on conventional cable/ satellite TV.
Hellow TV is offering Catch up programs and you can watch seven days old show at your ease, Video on demand and an unmatched movie collections
that is updated to the latest.
Unless cable companies reduce their rates considerably, more and more people are likely to “cut the cord” in favor of IPTV providers.
While cable companies have had a monopoly of sorts in terms of television content for decades, this is no longer the case with the
rise in popularity of IPTV.
IPTV Providers are Typically Cheap
Most IPTV providers offer extremely affordable options for their content. IPTV/OTT provide thousands of movies and TV shows that
can be viewed at anytime. This allows viewers to access all sorts of content exactly when they want rather than being locked into
the time when their favorite TV show airs. As we become busier and busier, we want to consume video content when and how we prefer.
This means that traditional television is just not nearly as advantageous as being able to view content from a number of devices
wherever an Internet connection is available