With its new service, Melaleuca promises to stream live TV broadcasts from over 500 television networks, which it says is the equivalent of hundreds of shows a day.
The service is available to more than 2.5 million subscribers in Mexico.
But it’s not going to win over viewers who don’t care about network television broadcasts.
Here are five ways Melaleucas success story could go the wrong way.
Melaleauca won’t sell more subscriptions.
Many of its subscribers are likely to be paying $6 a month or less for the service.
The main reason is the high price tag: the network costs $6 per month, and the subscription price is not included in the cost.
(If you’re a network-only subscriber, you’re paying $30 a month for the same service.)
The $6 price tag for a Melaleacas service is also a bit confusing.
To put it another way, a network subscription is $1.00 a month and a MelaCarla subscription is just $1 a month.
What that means is that Melaleca’s $6 monthly fee could actually be more like $2 a month, a cost that might make it difficult for some to justify a Melailaco subscription.
A second problem: Some Melaleaco users might feel they have to sign up for a monthly service to watch network broadcasts.
While this is a problem, it’s more a product problem than a customer problem.
Some networks offer monthly subscriptions.
And some networks offer both a subscription and a “mobile app” that lets subscribers watch TV without the need for a TV antenna.
The latter is more of a TV-only service than a mobile app, but many viewers would probably still prefer to stream on their phone.
It won’t help consumers who don’ t watch TV.
Even if you subscribe to Melaleocas service, you can’t watch a network broadcast without subscribing to a MelayacoTV subscription, which is $5 a month ($12 a year) and costs $4.50 a month on a smartphone or tablet.
You can still access broadcast TV on your smartphone or laptop through apps like Hulu Plus or Amazon Prime Video.
That’s a good way to watch live TV, but MelaleoCas network will likely not be a big draw to consumers who do not have a subscription to a TV network.
And many of those subscribers are probably not interested in a subscription.
It’ll hurt competition.
Melalauca is part of a growing trend in network television that’s aimed at building new networks.
For example, the ABC network, owned by Walt Disney Co., is building a new network in Mexico, with a name called Alcatraz.
The New York-based Univision has a new cable network called Telemundo, and a network in the Philippines called PTV is about to launch.
All of these networks are hoping to make more money from their new content, which could hurt the value of traditional broadcast networks.
In other words, network television may not be an obvious place to invest in the future.
MelaCARla’s new service will help these networks, but it won’t hurt networks that aren’t willing to pay for that new content.
It will hurt the TV industry.
Networks are hoping that network television will be a huge new source of revenue for the industry.
But many of the new networks have been built in a way that hurts traditional television networks.
The most obvious example is the NBCUniversal-owned Bravo, which has been criticized for its high prices.
Networks also have complained about the way they’re using advertising to promote networks.
That may have contributed to the success of network TV’s biggest rival, ESPN, which spent $1 billion last year to buy a controlling stake in The Walt Disney Company.
The Disney company’s television network has also been criticized by the broadcast industry for being too expensive and for having a monopoly over cable TV.
The network’s new TV service will also likely have a significant impact on the way television companies are financed, because it could potentially cost them more to buy programming.
Networks and advertisers are trying to negotiate lower fees with new providers, which will likely mean higher prices for viewers.
The lack of competition could hurt consumers.
Even though network television has been growing for years, the industry has struggled to keep up.
In 2016, the average number of TV households in the U.S. was only 9.6, compared with 19.1 million in the United Kingdom, and 19.6 million in France.
Networks have been able to keep the prices of their programming low because they don’t have to pay network license fees.
This means they can focus on selling advertising.
That will be particularly important for a new service like MelaCoca, which might attract viewers who might otherwise be tuning in to pay-TV