If they want sports, they are almost completely gone. If sports are cool, but they don’t find themselves watching to often(this is the group I fall in), there is no point switching.Not exactly, maybe the other options are cable which is $40 more a month basically, or garbage DirecTV. As options like streaming aren't a option.
This is where I fall right now. I was bummed when NBC Sports Chicago was dropped. I am an NFL, College Football, Cubs, and Bulls fan, and have no problems catching a Blackhawks/White Sox game. But the reality is that at the stage of life I am in right now, I don't have time to watch every Bulls game or Cubs game. I do miss some of the sports talk on NBC Sports Chicago, but you can catch it all on demand on the podcast. For my viewing needs, Dish has all the major sporting events - weekly big games, playoffs, etc, and that works well for me. Yeah, anyone who is a die-hard fan where they make it a priority to watch every game - I feel like they would have moved on from Dish at this point.If they want sports, they are almost completely gone. If sports are cool, but they don’t find themselves watching to often(this is the group I fall in), there is no point switching.
Huh? You dont need much bandwidth to stream hd.. maybe 5 meg but anyway Elon Musk has a solution on the horizonThat does nothing, unless Amazon is also going to build their own internet company. Streaming services aren't a option with poor high speed internet choices like Mediacom or CenturyLink.