Discussion in 'Portland Trail Blazers' started by blue9, Feb 15, 2019.
Ditto. $45 is still worth it
The only ones without home broadcast on hulu are the TNT and ESPN games...but you get all 82 games, no blackouts
Some are available during TNT and ESPN. Watched the Warriors and Thunder games NBC Sports NW through Hulu.
I didn't realize that. I usually watch those games on TNT or ESPN. I'll look next time.
How does that work? Priced per tv? Say wife and i are watching on channel upstairs. Does dad need a second account to watch something else downstairs? Is it like netflix where you can set up several users under the same account for the same price?
I usually have the game on in multiple rooms. I think you get 2 tvs/screens to start out with. You can pay a little more to gey extra screens. Like Netflix yeah. If you get Hulu live...you and your dad could both watch it on the same account. He would need a smart tv or device with Hulu on it.
Funny commercial, but as a Blazers fan, it would have been even funnier with Mr. CTC himself, Rasheed Wallace.
Comcast:. "Sorry we don't offer that package anymore." Price just keeps going up and up. Over an hour today:
Yo I miss KotH; such an underrated classic!
My wife was yelling at me about Comcast as I read this, lol.
For some reason we no longer get the main Starz channel that has her show on it but we get all the other Starz channels.
So, ive had comcast twice now and basically after their contract is over they are pretty terrible.
Friday i'm switching from Comcast to Century link. I don't even deal with TV anymore with all the streaming services so no reason pay 3x the price just for Blazer games.
Thats what weve done, though we have frontier internet and Im not that impressed with it.
I tried... I honestly tried to do the internet TV thing without cable. It sucks. Then they start moving the goalpost on you for how much data you are using. So you end up with $50-60 for internet service alone to start but that ends up being $80. Then you pay an extra $40-$50 for one of the services that will actually get you the Blazers like Hulu. Then of course you have to get at least netflix so that is another $20 or so. Of course my wife wants YouTube and something that gets her HBO.
I just ended up spend every bit as much and having to do way more work to get the things i wanted to see. So we went back to Comcast and low and behold for new subscribers they cut a huge two year deal that ended up saving $40 over what i was paying for internet TV and $60 less than what i was paying for Comcast before i cancelled Comcast.
I've been a Comcast customer for a long while, it's just annoying as heck to have to spend an hour on the phone each year after the good deal contract is up and rates have gone through the roof. Why can't they offer loyal customers the discounts instead? Just infuriating.
Yep. I go in face to face and light em up! On the phone they can pass it off. If you go right into the Comcast service center you can look them right in the face.
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