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Discussion in 'DISH Network Support Forum' started by HipKat, Jun 3, 2019.
Are you saying that not everyone will switch because of the fees?
i am saying streaming companies will start adding more fees, and their prices will rise to be equal to cable/sat
OK. And you think that will happen before the traditional linear providers go out of business?
possibly, prices are already going up, and more streams are usually higher price, the add in hulu that is running ads during pause. things are changing
I'm on a three month Dish pause while I try out youtube tv. Youtube tv is certainly more clunky when it comes to channel changing and such but it's still pretty good. If I decide to go back I guess I'll either try to negotiate or switch to Direct. What do you do with your equipment if you cancel?
We heard about Osprey a very long time AGO.
Every ATT exec seems to have his own ideas about what's going to happen. One thing you can probably be certain of, ATT will make a mess of it.
You have to ship it back.
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Prices did go up but so did Dish ( and Direct, Comcast and the rest ).
As far as streams go, not all services charges extra, Vue you get 5 at no extra charge, You Tube TV gets 3, Hulu and Dnow charge extra, have no idea what Sling charges, I have no interest.
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For me, the channel changing on YTTV wasn't all that bad, and the PQ was certainly good. It was just navigating to the content I wanted to watch/record/delete/whatever took so many clicks of the remote, and I felt like they could put a lot more information on the screen than they do. The DVR functionality on YTTV was oversimplified and resulted in too much scrolling through to find the thing I wanted to watch. Finally, the trick play was just ok. If I didn't have to FF commercials, like on Netflix or Prime, I wouldn't care, but with live TV, being able to skip commercials is a key function that I want to work as well as possible. It clearly works for a lot of people, and I say good for them, but it isn't for me at this point.
With Sling, it is 1, 3, or 4 streams, depending on which package or combination of packages you have.
Curious, why no interest when you tried all those others?
I wonder if it will get better? I bought a couple of the new Roku's and I'm trying to learn how to use it on YTTV.