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Old 09-12-2011, 08:16 AM
 
Location: Cincinnati, OH
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I thought this would be an interesting thread. Right now we have Time Warner which is cut off right now however. It seems they keep going higher and higher with their prices. But at least once maybe twice a week the cable box will shut off to reset itself. I was telling my mom I think we should swich to Direct TV since they are cheaper and have better deals and more channels. Not to mention she works for AAA Travel and they get $10 credit on the bill for 20 months. To me that's not a bad deal.

My question is should we take the deal and switch or stay with Time Warner? For those that have switched how do you like it? Don't like it? We have a friend switch and she loves it. I want Direct TV for the football package so my so nand I can watch it on Sundays and any other day.

Let me know what your thoughts and comments are. Thanks
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