Unfortunately, I just can't justify paying $160 a month for Xtra Standard + HBO. Jumped ship to YoutubeTV and our Roku a couple of weeks ago and while it's an adjustment, it's so far doing everything we need it to do and it's total cost with HBO is $65 a month. I've been lurking on this forum for a while reading the same experiences we've been having since AT&T took it over. Poor customer service, offshore support being a nightmare to navigate, the extra fees that now bug the hell out of me (HD access? DVR? "Whole Home"? Still charging customers for that in 2019?) stuff like that. Couple of questions before I call and cancel if anyone has a moment to chime in: I assume it's a waste of time for me to even bother trying their retention department to see if they can match $65/month all inclusive, including HBO? My guess is that's a bridge too far. We moved to our current house about 4 years ago. I assume I'm not under any contract or obligation to DTV anymore. I see nothing listed on AT&T's "my account" about it, but that whole website is a bit of a clusterfuck anyway and it lists nothing about a contract date anywhere. Just want to make sure that after 15 years of total service, and 4 years at our current home with 4 year old gear, I'm probably out of contract. What do I do with my equipment? Just e-waste it? Thanks for any tips!