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Direct Tv Now.

Discussion in 'Television Providers' started by Dentman, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. Haywood

    Haywood Well-Known Member Famous

    According to their website, they have not rolled the limit out to my area yet. They try to talk it up like it is some kind of benefit. What a bunch of assholes.
     
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  2. Dentman

    Dentman Well-Known Member

    Cant say I blame you for what your saving. What's killing me is I'm home all day with financial news shows playing in the background. I'll have to change my habits.
     
  3. bmwuk

    bmwuk Well-Known Member

    Looks like KPRC is on board. I forgot all about it until I was hanging out with my friend yesterday and asked. He indicated yes so I guess that's good, no?
     
  4. Towen7

    Towen7 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    Ummm ... they’ve been on for a while now. They weren’t when I first switched but a few days later, without notice, it appeared on my channels list.
     
  5. bmwuk

    bmwuk Well-Known Member

    Ok. Then he did stir the pot. Again it was my understanding the CC software was compatibility issue

    Let me rephrase. I know he stirred the pot
     
  6. Flint

    Flint "Do you know who I am?" Superstar

    The Spectrum advert I just received claims to offer 200Mb internet with no usage limits, throttling, or extra charges for $29 / month.

    Is that a local thing? I've never seen any ISP in my area have limits.
     
  7. Towen7

    Towen7 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    I can’t say much more about AT&T’s offerings other than that they are sometimes different in different markets and sometimes even within the same market area.

    In my area the big ISP choices are AT&T (FTTP or FTTN) and Comcast (DOCSIS). AT&T has a 1TB cap for customers with less than their fastest 1Gbps. Comcast, per Dentman’s posts, also have a 1TB cap but I’m not sure if they drop the cap based on other contract terms. My guess is that they do.
     

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