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    Quote Originally Posted by BisonTeacher View Post
    Not disagreeing with that.
    Where is the fun in agreeing? YOU'RE WRONG!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BisonTeacher View Post
    If it goes ruly ala carte and proves to be cheaper I am interested. But we shall see how things shake out.

    Btw...I'm pretty sure 'masses' is not cord cutters yet. The Masses still have cable and satellite.
    As a cord "never-er" this is mind boggling to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpster View Post
    As a cord "never-er" this is mind boggling to me
    It really comes down to your choices for broadband. Where I live we have only one choice for broadband...and its comcast and its not real cheap.
    I don't care how the vote ended up. They still suck and always will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1998braves64 View Post
    Are you still doing the international versions with dns blocking?

    Sent by my phone on a bullet train from Hillsboro.
    I only did that one year for NFL since that is the only version you can get that should work; but I found I get more than enough games the way it is, I could not justify that cost anymore. Regular domestic MLB and NHL work just fine with DNS blocking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BisonTeacher View Post
    It really comes down to your choices for broadband. Where I live we have only one choice for broadband...and its comcast and its not real cheap.
    What is fascinating to me in broadband is the lack of competition. I have the same issue. costs me $45/mo for lowest Midco speed. My only other option is DSL, and they are offering the same price at lower speeds. Can't figure out Centurylink logic!

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    Espn3 worked for me last night. Not sure how much longer.

    Hulu always buffered for me so I switched to Direct TV Now. Rarely buffers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by THEsocalledfan View Post
    What is fascinating to me in broadband is the lack of competition. I have the same issue. costs me $45/mo for lowest Midco speed. My only other option is DSL, and they are offering the same price at lower speeds. Can't figure out Centurylink logic!
    right. My point was its just easier for people to bundle which is why they choose cable. We have century link too but DSL is junk...at least in the cities and they are advertising fiber now but its more expensive than the broadband. The competition is all about the infrastructure i think.
    Last edited by BisonTeacher; 04-13-2018 at 05:26 PM.
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    Speaking of Midco's different speeds, how much can you run on that lowest speed? Like how many TV's and devices at once without buffering? I currently have Midco 75 and we can run two TV's and multiple devices at once without missing a beat. I don't think we've even come close to hitting the limit where we would get buffering issues.

    In a nutshell, how low can I go?

    ETA: I did check out the cord cutting thread. It was huge but the last posts were from the fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THEsocalledfan View Post
    I only did that one year for NFL since that is the only version you can get that should work; but I found I get more than enough games the way it is, I could not justify that cost anymore. Regular domestic MLB and NHL work just fine with DNS blocking.
    But per your last post you stated don't have a subscription to either?

    Sent by my phone on a bullet train from Hillsboro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1998braves64 View Post
    But per your last post you stated don't have a subscription to either?

    Sent by my phone on a bullet train from Hillsboro.
    Correct, but it should still work on roku, etc. (Note, working on Android is tough due to tracking of phone location.......) I decided it made more sense to go for Sling TV Orange and Blue for $40/mo since the extra $20/mo is about what I was paying for MLB and NHL plus opens up a few more cable channels for me. Bundling like the teach!

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