It's more about how many potential satellite customers they can screw over into subscribing to their crappy cable service because they are the only ones to carry the regional sports channel.
Originally Posted by Teehar
What's more valuable pennies on the dollar for a satellite subscriber to get their spots network, or $70 or $80 per subscriber forced to subscribe to their crappy cable service.
It's almost as bad as how Directv forces people who want Sunday ticket to subscribe to Directv. Although I don't have any issues with that
Last edited by Iceberg; 10-07-2012 at 11:17 AM.
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