How much is enough?

Posted Tuesday, June 12, 2012, at 9:04 AM
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  • I used to have the same problem when we had AT&T - but we only had our phone through them. But it seemed to go out at least once a week. Finally, Feb of last year, it went out and I called to get someone out here to fix it. They told me that it would be at least 2+ weeks before someone could come out. We cancelled our phone through them and got it bundled with our Charter instead. I haven't had any problems so far. Occasionally our channels will go out or the internet on one side of the house will go out. But they come back on within 30 minutes.

    We've been with Charter since '04 and haven't had any problems with them. We also have the box but we don't have the battery back up since we have our cell phone.

    -- Posted by PrpleHze on Tue, Jun 12, 2012, at 10:15 AM
  • Enough was enough for my family about 5 years ago. Cable would go off all of the time, they played the same shows over and over on the premium chanels etc. So we changed to satelite for a few years and over a period of time our bill went from $25.00 a month to $75.00 a month...that is when my husband went outside with my permision of course haha and took a saw and cut the satelite pole down to the ground. Now I pay for internet for my news etc. we watch movies or television seasons that we order through the mail and rent movies sometimes from the video store. No more paying high prices for television at my house. Now women, dont get mad at me if your husband goes outside with a hacksaw and saws down your satelite too! haha.

    -- Posted by AmericanWoman on Tue, Jun 12, 2012, at 12:26 PM
  • I installed an old fashion antennae on the house, total cost around 100$. We get about 15 channels and all are FREE.

    -- Posted by Bill H on Tue, Jun 12, 2012, at 1:20 PM
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