I had an $85 per month credit for the last 6 months. Even with that the bill was 20% more than what it would be with YouTube TV + some premiums for a similar lineup and number of TVs. To keep me, they offered $60 (but with the recent increase it is net $53). I set it up to go in suspension for 6 months in 25 days when the pre-paid month ends. I have been testing YouTube TV for a few days and surprisingly it works very well. I watch very few network shows and mostly the news channels (I like channel 200 with the 4 feeds, so will give that up). Love the idea of no coax, no boxes, changes channels really fast. Would have stayed - but not at a 40% premium. Have been with them 23 years. At first when I asked for the suspension they insisted I was in a contract because they had upgraded my equipment last November (actually the MDU company in my building replaced an HR44 that had stopped working with an HR54 , and I had recorded the call with DTV where they stated NO CONTRACT with the swap - so they relented. The MDU (Multi Dwelling) where I live used to have 40+ DTV accounts - There are about 7 left - a neighbor checked out the YouTube TV as well and is also leaving.