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  1. 1. Who is your tv provider?

    • Cable
      27
    • Satelite
      14
    • Fibre
      3
    • Internet TV
      5
    • Other
      4


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Direct TV and everything about them sucks especially in an apartment complex with shared dish on each building. Service techs are dumb as a box of rocks and lazy. Customer service is an absolute joke. They try to jerk me around not knowing I am a techy and it just makes me crazy. Can't wait to canel in February.

 

End Rant.

 

F Direct TV.

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What happened to analogue or free digital tv?

Has that gone forever for you guys?

 

It's kinda the same reason we don't use dial-up internet. It's outdated.

 

 

But anyway I have Cable with brighthouse. If they had a report card I would give them a D+.

 

Also I did have DirectTV before but here is what happens when it rains

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And here is what happens when it doesn't

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Edited by Black6464

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It's kinda the same reason we don't use dial-up internet. It's outdated.

Yeah but it's free. When everybody's power, cable and phone was out for a week earlier in the month I was the only one around with TV. :cool2:

 

Besides, TV is pretty much crap, why pay for crap?

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Yeah but it's free. When everybody's power, cable and phone was out for a week earlier in the month I was the only one around with TV. :cool2:

 

Besides, TV is pretty much crap, why pay for crap?

I must say I do agree. I hardly watch any tv at all. There is nothing on if there is a tv show I want to watch then I will let my pc record it or something and watch it when I feel like it.

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With a correctly aligned dish and no obstructions there is rarely any interference with my DirecTV.

Sure when it is torrential downpouring it may be shitty but in a sever thunderstorm you should have your electronics off anyways.

 

 

That being said, unless you maintain your dish and keep it's view clear you are going to have problems quite a bit.

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We don't subscribe to any tv programing, we usually watch the shows on the websites the following evening.

I know it's not a subscription service, but I selected internet TV anyways.

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