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Imagine losing a cable customer base the size of Arlington over the summer. That's what AT&T expects.
As more customers cut their cable and turn to streaming services, Dallas-based AT&T says it expects to lose about 390,000 traditional pay-TV subscribers this quarter, according to financial documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Dallas-based telecom company said in the financial disclosures that it's stemming losses with its own alternative to cable: online streaming service, DirecTV Now.