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TWC raising rates

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amazing, raising rates when I don't watch more than half the channels they have anyway. 74 channels, I only have 34 programmed in and I probably only watch 20 of those for any amount of time, really need a pay for play tier.

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amazing, raising rates when I don't watch more than half the channels they have anyway. 74 channels, I only have 34 programmed in and I probably only watch 20 of those for any amount of time, really need a pay for play tier.

With Dish you can. Made the switch a year ago, epic! Now the wife called up and added Sunday Ticket, and somehow it made our bill cheaper. I love you DTV. And the pron.

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Dear Google,

Start a TV service too.

Just a matter of time before someone does. Trick is getting the broadcasting companies to sign off on it.

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Wouldn't surprise me, Time Warner is on Google's shitlist with the neutrality thing.

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Dear Google,

Start a TV service too.

Best idea I've heard in a while!

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I wouldn't know....locked into a 2 year contract with 9000000 channels, high speed cable internet and DVR for $99/month......and if I have a problem with any of it I call them and they are at my house fixing it within 24 hrs.

Just call 'em and tell 'em you're broke, can afford it, and you'll get my deal....if you want it.

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Internet/Phone = service product

TV = content product

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