Your taking the numbers to literal the 80 is just face value , we are not including all the other taxes and fees unless Apple gets a free ride but I think not
What are you talking about?? LOL
Apple would have to add on like $70.00 in taxes for it to even compare.. and you know that is bullshiIt. You take the numbers too loosely... and try to make them adjust to whatever you are trying prove in any given thread.
Time price for basic cable is 49.95 with 200 channels and free HD
again Apple we have no idea on how many free channels or free HD ? or even what the choices are . So really even at 30 bucks we don't know what you get at this time , I suspect bare bones with the ability to chose what channels you want . But it is a wait and see what Apple will offer
Exactly... we are basing our figures on the info we have been given... not adding on and subtracting channels and line ups and bundles and taxes and HD boxes and whateverelseyoucanthinkof....
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I'd question that bill. You shouldn't be charged twice.
The DVR fees these companies charge is basically because they pay $5 a month or so per customer to a company to keep the channel listings updated. Without the DVR, my channel listing goes out a week. With the DVR, I can view next month's schedule.
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