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Discussion in 'DISH Network Support Forum' started by ncted, Sep 21, 2017.
'Charlie Ergen is Having a Great Week' ...
Dish, Charter Are Back in the Conversation
WOW, DISH, could even spark a call from Verizon! Can you hear me now.
I’d be Ok with Verizon-Dish
Me too. I have been with them 15 years now.
I hope for a quick T-Mo Dish deal.
I’d be Ok with that too, except that Tmo doesn’t work in all the places I need it to. With Verizon, I know that if someone’s calling me, I can be sure my phone will ring 99.9% of the time wherever I am. In the past week Verizon actually added 2 new towers along the interstate I drive often. I don’t think Tmo or Sprint have added any new towers in years
That’s the point. With Dish, I think they’d roll out more, faster.
My 6+ doesn’t have band 25 or 71. So I do lose signal sometimes, even in Fairfax VA. But I still have a signal near Falling Waters WV. Voice, not really data. Since my wife has band 25 and better signal there, I hotspot off of her. I can deal with that for another year.
But if Apple came out with a 25 & 71 in a few months at a price I could stomach, I’d upgrade, and give my 6+ to my MiL, who has been lusting after it.
If somehow Apple does not offer a reasonable 25 & 71 band phone by spring 2019, I’ll be seriously shopping Android. Not likely. By end of 2018, or spring 2019, I expect the T-Mobile 600 MHz band 71 to be pretty widespread. Twice the range. I can deal with that.
I would be okay with a Dish/Charter merger. Then I could bundle my Dish TV service with my Spectrum internet.
Only if Dish takes over the TV part of it. Spectrum TV is terrible, at least in former TWC markets. Having a Hopper3 with a cable connection might not be bad though.
Agreed. (I am a former Time Warner Cable customer.) That is why we only got internet and phone service from Spectrum this time.
Hey comfortably_numb, if you haven't already seen the recent episode of Last Week Tonight With John Oliver about Economic Development, you might find it interesting.
I forget which week it was from, but I think the title of the episode is "Economic Development." He talks about the Kansas City area for part of that segment, and I thought of your posts when I watched it.
Found the segment. Very interesting for those who have time to watch