- Apr 27, 2004
Sunday will be my last day with dishnetwork switching to fios. i'd like to thank ever one here the helped me in the past with any problem with my dish. bye
good luck with fios locally its contract free these days.
my fios phone wasnt reliable it took THREE MONTHS, multiple tech visits, 3 ONTs replaced, calls every business day to verizon for THREE WEEKS, and 2 calls to verizon presidents office to finally get them to replace a router in their central office...... network division had it fixed in 10 minutes
They refused to release me from my contract, and refused to put me back on copper. the bad router effected every FIOS phone customer in my prefix.....
I dumped E over the gouge extra receiver fees, dumped FIOS, and am now a happy comcast customer
Bob - wow....those are some bad experiences, however you're the first that went through that and concluded with you're a happy comcast subscriber - no one I have talked to that had FIOS or satellite with a DVR has said they prefer Comcast. Has comcast improved that much?
Yes they have improved majorly Both Network wise and Customer Service wise. Comcast's current DVR is a piece of :. But if you buy a Tivo it's great. But they have a new DVR in the works. I would switch from Dish if their DVR was improved and it wasn't 15.95 a month PER HD DVR :rant:. Do you think it would be possible at all with Comcast's On Demand Library to not have A DVR?