- Mar 13, 2013
The only thing I really miss is tv land, which only gives me repeats I’ve already seen a hundred times. So happy we moved to YTTV.
What about this?No Weather Channel for starters, and I’m a weather freek. They’re going to have to step up.
so youre saying prices are higher in the united states? duh!So say the rich investment people who don't care that the US is only about 25th in the world in Internet speed per dollar paid. I remember dial-up, people, and was one of the first people in the country to have "broadband" (DSL service) in the mid-to-late 90s.
Greater bandwidth means better performance. You can't go faster than the speed at which the content is served, but (a) you can't take advantage of the server's maximum speed if you can't match it; and (b) if you have multiple devices, the greater bandwidth means great capacity, which enables more concurrent users.
Not a hoax. Science.
WSJ = anti-competitive US monopolist interests, not what's actually best, just what's best for investors. And that's the status quo.
so youre saying prices are higher in the united states? duh!
also very ironic you are arguing in favor of a telecom behemoth while calling wsj anti-competitive
so much to chew on in your post, although very little substance.
Im not sure your facts speak to our discussion about whether faster internet as advertised by U.S. telecoms is a hoax. The prices might be higher here for the reasons you mentioned but your arguments almost support my underlying point.No, price for what you get, currency neutral.
In spite of speed and infrastructure increases, the FCC concludes that American price-to-value is high compared to other developed countries in 2018.broadbandnow.com
Here's one more.
The countries with the fastest internet in the world have been announced for 2019. Read our insights from the study and browse the rankings belowIf you're one of the millions of people working inwww.atlasandboots.com
Basically, you'll see that a handful of countries in Europe and Asia have better Internet than us. We come in around 15-20, depending on the metrics. When you factor in price, the difference in value becomes more pronounced. We invented the damn Internet. Corporations have taken it over in monopoly fashion. There is very little market competition; rather a collection of mini-monopolies control the market. "Capitalism", American Style.
Im not sure your facts speak to our discussion about whether faster internet as advertised by U.S. telecoms is a hoax. The prices might be higher here for the reasons you mentioned but your arguments almost support my underlying point.
MASN doesn't carry ACC games. It's usually on NBC Sports Washington, aka the old Home Team Sports/Comcast Sports Net that carries the Capitals and Wizards.Yes. It is on a regional Sports Network tonight. Like Fox Florida, MASN, etc...
You can also use ESPN+
Syracuse at Clemson Tuesday, January 28, 2020 | 7:00 p.m. TV: RSN (YES in Syracuse) You can also watch online through Watch ESPN or by using the Watch ESPN app for tablets and mobile devices (subject to blackout). http://www.espn.com/watch?id=a3b927b0-28f9-47c2-898a-ad7939dfb2d8 You can also...syracusefan.com
im saying that any "faster" internet you can buy probably wont make a material difference in your user experience. i have standard internet speeds from spectrum and have had zero issues with youtube tv freezing or otherwise malfunctioning. my picture is just as clear as cable.False advertising claims are not the same thing as saying fast internet isn't really faster,
If you are limiting your comment to false advertising claims, then I won't argue with that.
Was wondering if there would be any discussion of that on the board. For those who hadn't seen it yetYouTube losing the YES network?! Good be a deal breaker for me.
*Shrug*. So then you take 30 seconds to cancel your membership, and hop onto the next wave.streamers are gonna be in the same boat with costs and channel issues, it will just take a few yrs to get there as there is so much competition now. with 10 yrs it will be the same complaint about costs just with 1/3 of the channels you get on cable now.
Still cheaper than Comcast but I sacrificed the DVR capabilities and the closer the price gets the more likely I am to look at Comcast if they get ACCNThe latest bump shows streaming services struggling to compete with cable prices despite being touted as a lower-cost solution.www.cnbc.com
A $15 or month jump for content that we’re not interested in seems like a poor move on their part.I've been with YoutubeTV for awhile. The latest additions are horrible. Not interested in any of the new channels. I expect to switch in a few weeks.
Seconded. Hulu has been my go-to. It's not the cheapest solution but it meets the wife's needs plus all the sports needs. We also have Netflix and I have Prime because of cheap shipping which gets some TV too. Still far cheaper than cable even with all 3.Get Hulu. I pay $55 a month. Includes acc network. Dvr. Everything and easy to watch on the go. Plus u get espn app with it. Never missed a game since switching