Do you have cable, satellite dish, Netflix, or no extra TV service?
We have our phone, cable and internet all packaged together through Comcast.
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I too have phone, cable TV, and internet through a cable company. I still wish I could cancel the landline, but need it for the alarm on the house.
I pay for some extended family pack of channels. No movie channels. I am no a big movie person at all, so that would be a huge waste.
We need the land line for the alarm system too Tracy.
I wish I knew why I have the jibberish in my posts.
I thought perhaps you were just trying out a new language.
I was wondering what that was Tracy.
We have phone, internet and cable all in one. We also have had netflix on and off.
We have DISH, but only because my parents needed a "home dish" in order to get the portable one that they have in the RV. We would not be paying for it. I have never actually paid for cable or any other TV - we can get all the networks, plus a few local broadcast stations with just rabbit ears, so I never saw the point. Although now, it seems like the only thing we DO watch are the Food Network and HGTV!
We also subscribe to Netflix streaming. DH likes to watch all kinds of re-runs and movies and documentaries. He sets up the laptop in the kitchen and watches as he cooks.
No TIVO or anything, here..
Phone and internet is Century Link. Tv is DirecTv. With the woods to the south of our house, its the only option we have. They don't offer cable in the boondocks! lol It was cheaper for my to have them all separate because of the long distance. My long distance is through Power Net Global Communications. Never had a long distance bill over about $8.
I have phone, internet and cable through AT&T Uverse and I love it. It took me a little bit to get used to it but now I don't want to ever go back.
We also have Netflix streaming... I know we could use it through our Wii on the tv but it's a hassle so we just watch on our laptops or my Kindle Fire. For $8 a month, it's totally worth it... heck, we were paying that much a month in late fees at Family Video!