ESPN in talks with at least one wireless carrier about data plan subsidies

Walt Disney Co.'s (Nasdaq: DIS) ESPN has reportedly talked to at least one wireless carrier about possibly subsidizing users' data plans so ESPN video and audio data would not count against users' monthly usage limits. The idea has been floating around the wireless sector for a while. FierceWireless looks at some public statements industry executives have made about similar ideas. Story

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