- Nov 29, 2003
Yes it was that easy plus I did not have to wait around for a installer to show up and do the work.I sincerely doubt that choosing and maintaining the ideal combination of subscription services is as quick and painless as ordering up satellite service or cable TV service.
First checked what channels they carry ( Vue at the time) on the web , go to the site, fill out the info, done.
What is just as easy, go to the site to cancel ( when I left Vue for YTTV), when I have done the same with a Traditional Provider ( I have had DirecTV, Dish and Comcast all in the last 10 years) it was a pain, calling them ( always a pain) , packing up equipment, mailing it back or going to a office, it was a pain each time, Dish charged me $15 for sending equipment back, DirecTV said they did not received a box back and charged me $300 and it took a month to resolve ( and 3 months to get my money back), Comcast waiting in line and them not taking a no for why I canceled and kept offering not so good deals.
Who watches reruns, the vast majority of what I watch is new material on Netflix or what is saved on the DVR ( for example watching/ binging Emergence and Evil since their season is done this week), the only thing that I watch that you might consider ‘reruns’ is when a cable show premieres on a streaming service which is usually not long after the season finale on its channel.For everyone who likes streaming re-runs, theres at least one who prefers to watch live sports.