Catching up with my teams is probably the only reason I wouldve paid for cable. Comcast, eat your heart out.
I'm glad ray wasn't afraid to mention the reality of torrenting.
I agree though- if I could just pay for an app, I'd be just fine without cable. Especially with netflix.
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If I could get my channels Ala Cart I would probably have all of 20 stations rather then the close to 300 I have. What pisses me off is its really only a 150 channels and 150 of the same channels in HD yet they are allowed advertise it as 300 channels and charge you extra to actually get those HD stations in HD because you have an HD capable box.
I totally agree omega. I have Comcast again (switched back from Uverse). Uverse is cool and performs ok. Comcast internet has them beat though, they went up in there price after 3 months (luckily I was not on a contract), and there internet slowed down when the neighbors also got Uverse as well. Either way I have gotten to where I watch a lot of TV on the net. So this would be cool especially when and if Football comes back. I heard about the ordered mediation today so I think it will be.
"There's no Android version, no BlackBerry version, no WebOS version and no Windows Phone 7 version." - That's too bad, but I guess they have to start somewhere.
I like the idea of greater portability with these apps/channels. I wonder if they'll ever consider selling this without a pay-TV subscription.
im gonna download this right now! :)
Cancelling my cable was one of the best decisions I ever made I don't really watch sports though. I like hockey but when I feel like seeing some hockey I usually just goto a game which isn't very often.
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