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Streaming Devices Comparison

chat for streaming vstreamThere are misconceptions about the different streaming boxes on the market. Let me educate a lot of people who are not clear you can buy streaming devices from price range $40 to $400. All boxes are designed to stream but all boxes are not created equally what separates VStream from a lot of devices on the market here is a list.
1. Exclusive updater – what happens with any device you buy most apps on the devices are owned by individuals or non profit organizations. A lot of apps will stop working after a while due to owner of the app shutting it down or they could be having server issues. That is like you paying for Cable TV if the channels are not working would you continue to pay for it I think not!
VStream has solved that problem. Anytime a app stops working our company has a development research team that looks for the best apps to replace the ones that are not working once they find the apps they feel comfortable with they update the main updater they are ready for you to update your box and like magic new apps are on your box without you having to do the ground work to find them it’s called convenience. That’s just like you paying someone to wash your car even though you can do it yourself you choose not to giving you the convenience not to do it yourself.
2. Technology – as we all know technology changes every 4 to 6 months that’s why you have so many versions of the Andriod phones like Samsung note 3 and 4 now they have a 5 the same with iPhone s. In order to stay competitive with the competition you would not want to sell a outdated product would you I think not. We have the ability to stay in the game with the newest technology.
3. Customer– Service most boxes you buy off Amazon don’t offer customer support you are lucky if they even offer email support. We have the ability to have customer support if there is a issue with our device.
4. No overhead most companies who try to get in the streaming business fail because of a lack of knowledge. Ask yourself a question how many other companies have tried to do what VStream has been doing since 2015 and now are out of business I can name at least 7 who are now out of business and for the people who want to try doing this business by creating your own good luck now you have to handle all customer service you have to worry about your product not working good luck now it becomes a headache.
VStream One Year Warranty and a 14 day money back Guarantee– We are so confident that our product will perform you get a 14 day money back guarantee and a year warranty.
5. 17 Year Old Company that pays us to share our products with others and get paid. Most companies are fly by night deals.
Just a side note the jail broken amazon fire stick can’t hold a comparison to VStream. Remember you get what you pay for once those apps stop working on your fire stick which they will the person who programmed the device for you will keep charging you a update fee every time your box needs a update which means you will be paying for that stick 20× over.
I could go on and on but take a look at the comparison chart and watch the short demo and see for yourself that I believe we have the best device on the market!!!
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$2.2 Trillion Deregulation Of The Cable Industry




Be A Part Of The $2.2 Trillion
Deregulation Of The Cable Industry!

“You may have heard how people are buying streaming technology devices to cut cable bills. These are items such as the Walmant and Best Buy Roku, Amazon fire stick, Neflix, Hulu, Sling TV, Apple TV etc.

deregulation OF cable

I have found the vStream Media Center, with no monthly fee like the others have. Please don’t buy a vStream until you contact me for my pricing options.

Please see  what is happening with the deregulation of the industry with President Obama’s recent announcement. See this and how the stream competes at VStreamTV2_Obama

Lloyd Wells

Say Goodbye to CABLE



President Obama April 17,2016 Plans for Cable TV Deregulation .

President announced that his Administration is calling on the FCC to open up set-top cable boxes to competition. This will allow for companies to create new, innovative, higher-quality, lower-cost products. Instead of spending nearly $1,000 over four years to lease a set of behind-the-times boxes, American families will have options to own a device for much less money that will integrate everything they want — including their cable or satellite content, as well as online streaming apps — in one, easier-to-use gadget.

But we’re not stopping there. In many ways, the set-top box is the mascot for a new initiative we’re launching today. That box is a stand-in for what happens when you don’t have the choice to go elsewhere—for all the parts of our economy where competition could do more.

Across our economy, too many consumers are dealing with inferior or overpriced products, too many workers aren’t getting the wage increases they deserve, too many entrepreneurs and small businesses are getting squeezed out unfairly by their bigger competitors, and overall we are not seeing the level of innovative growth we would like to see. And a big piece of why that happens is anti-competitive behavior—companies stacking the deck against their competitors and their workers. We’ve got to fix that, by doing everything we can to make sure that consumers, middle-class and working families, and entrepreneurs are getting a fair deal.

That’s why today, the President announced a broader new initiative through an Executive Order that calls on departments and agencies to make further progress through specific, pro-competition executive actions that empower and inform consumers, workers, and entrepreneurs. In 60 days, agencies will report back on specific areas where we can make additional progress.

Alongside that announcement, the White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) released a new issue brief that describes the many benefits of competition, highlights recent work by the independent antitrust authorities, and argues that consumers, workers, entrepreneurs, and small businesses would benefit from additional policy actions to promote competition within a variety of industries. These new steps will build on pro-competition progress we’ve made—from cell phone unlocking to net neutrality, from cracking down on conflicts of interest in retirement advice to efforts to free up essential technologies so that big incumbent companies can’t crowd out their competitors.

In the coming months, we’ll be doing everything we can across government to build on that progress and deliver on the pro-competition initiative we’re announcing today. –VStream

Say Goodbye to CABLE