In 2020, cable TV providers will charge customers for a service they will use on their own devices, or with their own device that is not connected to a TV or internet.
This new pricing structure will come into effect starting this fall.
The cable industry is expected to spend $5.2 billion to support the rollout of the new pricing system, according to a new report from research firm Ovum.
This is expected for 2020, with the first phase of the system rolling out in 2021.
The report found that consumers will pay $11.9 for a standard “local bundle,” a bundle of cable TV channels, for $35 a month, up from the current $35.
This will include cable channels like ESPN, TBS, TNT, Food Network, HGTV, and Nat Geo Wild.
This year, cable providers will also offer a $12.9 monthly package for premium channels, such as ESPN, HBO, AMC, AMC Entertainment, and Starz, for a total of $55 a month.
These premium packages will include AMC and AMC Super, a two-channel bundle, and a “basic” package, with a limited number of channels available for free, for about $40 a month in 2020.
This is the first time the cable industry will be offering a bundle with these premium channels.
But this will not be the only package available in the future.
The cable industry has promised to offer more packages in the next few years.
Ovum noted that in 2020, the industry will offer more bundles than it has done in the past five years combined.
This new pricing scheme will be available for cable and satellite TV providers in 2020 as well, and could also be available to other pay-TV providers.
The move to the new system will be announced on October 7.
The price of a basic package will be $25.
In 2021, the price of the “local” bundle will be lowered to $30 a month; the “basic package” will be priced at $40, and the “premium” package will go up to $50 a month ($55 a year).
Ovum also said that the industry is going to start rolling out the new bundles more aggressively this year.
Cable providers are already beginning to roll out the bundles to subscribers.
However, Ovum estimates that they will be rolling out these bundles for a little longer.
Ovums research found that the average person will spend just over $10 per month on a cable package starting in 2020 and that this number will rise to $15 by 2021.
Ovums report also found that about 75 percent of cable subscribers do not pay for cable TV in any form.
This makes the industry a net loss for consumers in 2020 if the new prices come into play.
The report said that this percentage is expected increase to about 80 percent by 2020.