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Saving money vs not saving money. Things always change, and DTV will probably be $178 by then anyway.
It's not an afford issue, it's a value provided issue. They keep raising it, lose more customers, raise it some more.
The light that TV costing as much as a nice used car payment isn't providing enough value for many.
OTA and services I already pay for like Prime. There's also Pluto, XUMO, STIRR etc for free, commercial-ridden live TV.
Just came to see how things were going after reading about losses in the news once again... as expected.
Nope, previous customer for 7 years. I saw the light back in 2018 and never looked back. ATT absolutely ruined it.
At what price? Their solution to loss of subscribers is price hikes for customers, new and existing. It's not sustainable.
Came to see the fanboys of this sinking ship. Not disappointed.
Credits are great, but they keep raising the base prices which makes it less attractive every February.
I have an HR34 (Original 'Genie'), a couple HR24s and a first-gen mini. They sent me a single recycling "bag" for all of it. I canceled in August...
It's dying, get over it... orders, no orders, filings, if they decide to stop they will. The traditional pay TV model is starting to lose money...
Philo fills the gap with the exception of NHL. Those two services give you the most complete list of channels and DVR function included. Yes, it's...
AT&T has notified a group of dealers who sell DirecTV products that their contracts will end in December after a terrible quarter for pay TV
How many homes are using this account? Seems like more TVs than any reasonable residence would have.