This past year marked our nine year anniversary of using DIRECTV for our TV service. This relationship has lasted a lot longer than I ever thought it would. However, that doesn’t go without saying that the relationship hasn’t had its bumps and bruises. Like any human relationship, it’s about give and take, and our experience
I thought we would republish this post from several years ago, as it still has good information about how to lower your cable bill with Xfinity (formerly Comcast). I hope it helps! A couple of weeks ago we got a notice in the mail that our Xfinity cable bill was going up by about $50.
I found this image on Reddit the other day under the Cord Cutter’s thread. It was by a Xfinity (formerly Comcast) user who is being charged for their internet usage. I was a little alarmed at this, but not totally so. Awhile back when I was logged in to my Comcast account, I saw a little interactive
There were 16 people in front of me at the “King of Cable” (also known as Xfinity and before that, the beloved Comcast). I knew it would be a long wait, so I hunkered down along the wall with many of the others who were looking to cut their cable. Some carried their equipment in bags
For years I’ve been one to voice how quickly I would “cut the cord” when given the chance. I figured my wife was holding “the keys” – and until she said the word – cable was here to stay. So when she told me that she was ready to get rid of cable, I was elated.
I love watching “The Voice” and “Parenthood”, and my kids are huge fans of Peppa Pig, Jake and The Neverland Pirates, and Caillou. With almost all these shows we program our DVR to allow us to watch our shows when we want to. It’s a huge convenience factor for us. It takes just a few minutes