Me too, Steve...roughly $45 here with Cablevision Optimum Online.<br><br>Problem is, the damn TV service just went up $10, so now I'm looking at a $90+ cable bill every month, including the internet service. Can't complain about the web, because it IS fast and pretty reliable since the early days when I had it...<br><br>But all I have is family basic (no movie or premium channels), and I gotta pay $50 a month? For what? Disney? The Learning Channel...? <br><br>Cripes.<br><br>[color:red]DaddyMac's MP3 to AAC conversion: left to go...</font color=red>
And who's that cheap?<br>Let me guess, no, maybe not.<br>Who grants you such a deal?<br>Inquiring minds wanna know!<br><br>[color:green]People have died in their hundreds because the greed of a minority is accepted in the U.S.A.</font color=green>
I just have basic cable — no premiums. But when we moved from Manhattan to Brooklyn last spring, we got an unexpected free upgrade to digital cable. So our rate stayed the same, but we have zillions of channels. TV and Roadrunner (w/2 extra IPs) is a/b $105/mo.<br><br>
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