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Subscribing to More Than One TV Provider


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#21 OFFLINE   tonyd79

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Posted 02 October 2012 - 05:35 PM

I have fios in house. Not so much for tv although I have them over Comcast because they give me better local HD for slightly out of market Washington. I live in condo and can't pick them up ota.

Fios is in house for Internet but if I try to trim the services down from a bundle, I spend more. Weird.
LR: HR34-700, H24-200, Fios DVR, BD350 Blu Ray, Roku Netflix Player, Chromecast, Sony 65w850 TV
BR: HR21-200, Viso 32LX, DB350 Blu Ray
Dish: Slimline, SWM8
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#22 OFFLINE   retromzc

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Posted 02 October 2012 - 05:55 PM

I supplement my Directv service with Xfinity to be able to watch the HD versions of HUB, HLN, ID, H2, IFC, WE, G4, COOKING, FUSE, GMC, TV1, LMN, STYLE, HSN & QVC since Directv does not yet carry the HD versions of these channels. All of my premiums are with Directv. Xfinity HD quality is not as good as Directv's but I just hate watching those channels in sd. With Xfinity I also get every local channel and all sub channels. Hopefully one day Directv will carry the HD versions of these channels and I can dump the Xfinity service.
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