Oh snap Dish Network is trying to up their game, which is very good. I have Comcast and the service is pretty good overall. Comcast recently launched a Online site where you can watch tv show for free but I don't use it that much. Also to me it seems that Dish is better than Direct TV, but I don't really know since I don't have either of them.
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It would be nice if it were possible to switch to Dish! Hopefully they will figure out how to make smaller dishes for those who dont have a stand alone house!
IF they could answer that supply problem, then I am sure most people would switch! There are alot of people who are tired of being raped by the cable companies!
My Parents had Dish and Direct TV, they prefer Direct TV.
I have DISH and recently 'de-tuned' them down to just the basic service with local channels. I had been subscribed to everything (all of it) and it was very expensive.
My Netflix account gives me a better movies choice and it's way, way, way cheaper to buy. I have a ROKU box in the bedroom and have DVD's being sent to the house constantly too.
Dish should have just lowered PRICES instead of trying to copy someone else's success story.
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Yea neil, I think a lot of people are going that route now...
I had Time Warner digital Cable with all the movie channels and everything plus their internet service.
I was paying $162 a month I believe.... now I just have the internet service $50 a month and netflix.
I still get a lot of cable channels to for free thanks to my apt complex.
I rarely use it... and I don't miss my cable lol
Netflix get's LOTs of use however. :-)
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