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Discussion in 'General Satellite Discussion' started by icr2002, Jan 24, 2019.
You can get Animal Planet in Kids Pack ($10), but I don't see Logo available in these packs.
Thanks much James, glad I heard before I made a long drive to Best Buy for nothing. The basic channel list is about all we watch anymore and only a handful of them. The wife likes having TCM
and a couple others and I like having CNN. I was not aware of the Dish Flex pack and plan to look
into it tonight. Problem with Directv even with a basic package is after dvr charges etc are added in it is still pretty expensive just to watch a few channels. The other thing I liked about Orby was the inclusion of OTA as we do get a pretty good selection of OTA out of Kansas City and having them combined in one guide and device would be nice. What would be perfect would be a Sat receiver with low cost programming combined with OTA and Streaming with dvr function. I don't
really like having multiple boxes anymore. It does sound like the KU band alignment may be more
than I want to tackle. Thanks ago for pointing out things to consider.
Hey scooper, new to this forum but see you are in KC. I am out east and south of Blue Springs. Seemingly close in but far as internet service might as well be in middle of no where. 1.5mb on a
very good day. Hope you are not in same situation.
Riding on 100 MB (down AND up) Google Fiber (KC. KS I70 and I635 area ) - could get 1GB if I wanted to spend another $20 / month
STOP STOP STOP, YOU ARE MAKING ME CRY! 1.5 dsl on a good day and cost me $56 per month and
lucky I guess to have that. They need to quit worrying about the poor africans not having internet and try doing something for rural america.
That speed of Internet certainly is a good reason to look for other means of receiving TV (such as satellite).
Orby TV looks promising but I wish I knew more about it. DIRECTV launched (1994) with the backing of a large well known company. DISH launched (1995) out of the EchoStar C Band company. While some of the individuals behind Orby TV can be found on social media (former Voom executives?) when a company is asking the public to invest $250+ down and $40+ per month for a service I'd like to know who they are.
Their corporate address in California is a "suite" at a UPS Store (read: they rented a mailbox). They are (as many legit tax conscious companies are) a Delaware Corporation. They have "offices" around the US as required by some states to have a "local office" - as far as I can tell those are all mailbox companies or law offices offering services to corporations. These facts don't make Orby TV a fly by night scam (they are actually providing a service) but I'd like to see more brick and mortar when researching a business. I'm still getting the "mom's basement" vibe.
Good companies have started in a basement or a garage, but it is amazing how reassuring a logo on a building can be.
Nail on the head James. I actually sent an email to the contact address asking the same questions
about not really having a trial policy and what if this new company goes belly up after I spend my cash. Sent four days ago and no reply. The results of your research above have pushed me over the edge so will not be investing in Orby for the time being. The dish flex package looks pretty interesting for us but will cost more than orby because of the add-ons and taxes but will still much
less than Directv. As you correctly stated many a business has started in a basement but if this one folds you have $350 bucks invested in equipment now worth nothing. That is asking for a lot
of customer faith.