Asking for recommendations on Internet provider and TV Network.

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  1. TFW10

    TFW10 Well-Known Member

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    Would someone please recommend a decent Internet provider and TV Network.

    I am not very happy with Direct TV because lately I have to call in and have them reset my receiver monthly already.

    My Internet provider is Time Warner, and I'm looking for a better priced one if that's possible.

    Thanks
     
  2. firehawc_69

    firehawc_69 cloppers = ignore list

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    I'm with Verizon Fios and it seems to be pretty good.
     
  3. Thalack

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    I don't have a good recommendation, rather, a recommendation that you avoid AT&T, they're pretty crappy. *twiddles thumbs waiting for contract to end*
     
  4. Cavshock

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    I would go with AOL dial up and no cable just over the air waves stuff.

    Chuck
     
  5. Wrecker217

    Wrecker217 Heart Like a Hand Grenade

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    Keep the hell away from AT&T.

    Oh, and I think you created the 14,000th "Non-TF General Discussion"thread.
     
  6. Aernaroth

    Aernaroth <b><font color=blue>I voted for Super_Megatron and Veteran

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    ISP? Tech Savvy if you can, but they don't do TV.
     
  7. AutoBobby

    AutoBobby The Collector

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    Don't get Time Warner Cable for your TV service unless you like over-paying and getting price increases on a regular basis.I'm about ready to drop them.
     
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    3.8TransAM 1989 Turbo Trans AM

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    If u change Time Warner to Comcast or any other provider its all about the same raping............................... I have phone/internet/cable thru them as a bundle.

    It's sad.

    Netflix shit U run out of stuff to watch in a year or so..... Hulu is so so as well.

    U cant fucking win anymore.

    If I couldn't write off half of mine due to I supply internet/cable to my apartment I have I would drop the shit and just keep internet
     
  9. daitarn red

    daitarn red bionic hero

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    i got comcast cable
     
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    I have Comcast cable and internet because honestly, I don't know what else is available in the Seattle area.
     
  11. KnightHawkke

    KnightHawkke Flynn Lives TFW2005 Supporter

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    All hatred for Time Warner tv and phone service aside Roadrunner is really on of the better, if not the best isps I have ever used. I know one thing will Never go dial up or dsl ever again.

    I thought Time Warner added some lower priced roadrunner tiers like a 19.99 one for basic home use.
     
  12. Cyber-Scream

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    This. We have the All in One service and all it's good for is sucking us dry. We hardly even watch TV anymore so we might drop it soon as well.
     
  13. TheIncredibleHulk

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    Really depends on where you live. If you lived in Pa, Oh, Md, Ny, Ky, or Wv areas, I'd say to see if Armstrong was available in your area.
     
  14. TFW10

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    I don't know if that's a good thing or not but thanks for the heads up.
     
  15. TFW10

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    Thank you everyone for the input, I guess I'll stay where I'm at Time Warner for the Internet, Direct TV for cable, and Vonage for phones.

    Thanks again.
     

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