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Is Comcast the answer?


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#51 OFFLINE   scubasteve

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 04:50 PM

All of the companies have pro's and con's. Those change from year to year. Some years one vendor will get it right and the others play catch up. The next year someone else gets it right...

For every person who hates D there is one who loves them, same goes for Dish, Comcast, Brighthouse etc. One could spend a life time reading threads and never find enough compelling information to make the jump.

There are so many threads of folks leaving one company for the next only to return to what they were familiar with.

We all get what we pay for - everyone wants to spend as little as possible - the flip side is the studios want more money and they get what they want most of the time. After the CEO's line their pockets whats left goes to running the company. R&D, software development, and testing teams are not staffed as they should be in many industries including this one.

At least when you call D you get a US based agent 99% of the time. And they are getting better every day.

The real question isn't "is xxxxx the answer". The real question is what made you start to think about switching to someone else. Once you answer that then you need only find the vendor that solves that problem.

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