At Mohu, our mission has always been to bring cord cutters the best products possible. And when we created our cord cutting tool, Untangle.TV, we continued that mission by taking the confusion out of ditching cable and helping people decide what devices and services they really need. We are incredibly proud to announce that Untangle.TV won GOLD in this year’s Stevie Awards in the Consumer Services category!
We are honored that Untangle.TV was recognized as the best Consumer Services entry and thrilled to have received such positive feedback from the judges. Here are a few of their comments:
Freedom to watch what you want, instead of having to pay for unnecessary content …who wouldn’t want that? I like the name ‘untangle’. Innovative!
Cord cutting is happening at a fast rate as customers want to consume tv in the same way as they consume music today via iTunes or Spotify. Pay for specific programs or shows instead of paying for a bunch of extra channels that you don’t watch. Mohu’s untangle.tv aims to solve this problem by presenting customers with alternate options. Great service that has 1. an easy-to-use interface; 2. Great way of marketing their own OTA products; 3. Free Service. Excellent hardware and software suggestions presented.
Love this idea, keep up the good work.
Excellent entry. Deserves to be awarded.
Since its launch, Untangle.TV has helped almost 140,000 people cut the cord. As the industry’s first online application to analyze cord cutters’ viewing behaviors, Untangle.TV provides consumers with a custom mix of over-the-air (OTA) and over-the-top (OTT) devices and services needed to watch the TV they prefer at a cost they control.
Untangle.TV is also up for a People’s Choice for Favorite New Product! We’d love to have our wonderful Mohuligans take a moment to vote on our behalf. You can use this link or the logo below to cast your vote.
Voting is open until 11:59 ET on Friday, June 1st and you can vote as many times as you’d like!
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