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#21 OFFLINE   Lee L

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 01:16 PM

You know all of the gameplan games are on ESPN360.com so you don't have to pay for it anyway. I am able to get that through my ISP (AT&T), it depends on your ISP.


We are on ATT DSL, so that is how we have watched a few games, now that I realized a couple of my TVs had a standard computer monitor port on them. The only drawback is the fact that you can't truly get the video to be fullscreen.


DirecTV, please don't make me have to go back to watching March Madness in standard Def! Oh, and the usual begging for AMC and BBC America. You are so close to actually being the HD Leader.

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#22 OFFLINE   mpar1

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 09:35 PM

You know all of the gameplan games are on ESPN360.com so you don't have to pay for it anyway. I am able to get that through my ISP (AT&T), it depends on your ISP.


Consider yourself fortunate. Comcast has no such partnership.




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