Pub Member / Supporter
- Dec 3, 2003
I don't know if Time Warner customers that currently have the following choices would like Charter's one plan of 30/4 (ya Charter has 100/5 too but who needs/can afford that?)
Nice,how did you talk them into such a sweet deal?I ain't complaining,30/4 at $39.99 and 37 Qam channels is a great deal.
my buddy is in Charter here in MN and he gets around 35 or so stations on QAM (lifeline)Don't know where you came up with 37, he never said how many, but from my experience with Charter it's more of around 12 and usually just the local OTA channels along with TWC-HD.
I think that might be their regular price, because in the Fort Worth market Charter is offering 30/4 for $29.99 for 12 months.
He's not paying for the QAM channels, he's splitting the modem line after the installer leaves. Don't know where you came up with 37, he never said how many, but from my experience with Charter it's more of around 12 and usually just the local OTA channels along with TWC-HD.
I came with with 37 because that's what I get here lol.I have Charter HSI only,the promo price was $39.99 for 30/4 for 12 months.Now if I also took the tv package it would have been $29.99,but not interested in that sd crap.There are still quite a few analog channels on Charter here.
I get 41 QAM channels, and I got that price because I asked for a lower one (they wanted to charge me $45.99). The CSR was happy to give it to me if I signed a two year contract. I'm hoping to renew it when my contract is up in 10~ months. The regular price around here is $60 something for that tier.
If they let this go through they should let the DirecTV/Dish merge go through if they want to merge!!!
WHY are so many people convinced that merging would be a GOOD thing for the consumer? Less competition drives up prices...