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Thursday, April 26, 2012

A Direct Impact

I suppose we belong to the small group of people who are still looking at entertainment every day on an almost 20 year old TV. We know the television in our living room is ancient of days and although we have discussed on several occasions to replace it, why spend the money if it isn't broke?

Lately, our cable provider has been pushing us towards going digital and after being unsuccessful, we are forced to install and rent equipment as of June, if we still want to receive the channels we so diligently watch, or buy new TVs, because several of our TV sets won't be able to receive the broadcast without that equipment.

I don't like being forced into spending all that extra money for either a new TV or rental stuff, but eventually we can't get around it. That being the case, now may be a good time to check into direct tv and see if it would be more to our likings.

One thing is for sure; dx3 direct tv is much cheaper per month then what we are paying now and we would get a whole lot more channels. The $29.99 for 12 months which includes 145 channels is very appealing and it can get even cheaper when signing up for a two year deal.

We love our local channels and we would be assured being able to watch them to our heart's content in superb HD quality. You can read up on all the good deals and services by going to www.dx3.net. Installation is free and their customer service is excellent.

It all sounds good and there is no doubt in my mind all that forcing from our cable service provider has a direct impact on their list of subscribers!


Blogger audrey` said...

I agree with you. Old TVs are more durable :)

May 06, 2012 7:45 AM  
Blogger Corry said...

Anything old is more durable. Grin.

God's Grace.

May 06, 2012 9:21 AM  

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