Perhaps. But at last look, nothing I would watch. Mostly just more spin-off channels, particularly Showtime, that recycles the same stuff. But back to original subject. A neighbor, who has the same Uverse "distribution" station/hub or whatever it's called, that I would have, has terrible HD. She is considering Dish after seeing mine. But I did tell her D* is a bit better.Do not ever toss down that gauntlet, the one thing that is more upsetting to many DISH customers is to have to admit that someone else has more HD!
The equipment is Jurrasic. Whole home is under several conditions, and don't even think about their wireless clients. Dish is MUCH closer in PQ to Directv.How does the Hopper blow Uverse's DVR system away? I know about the PrimeTime feature, and that it can record 2 more with the Super Joey. How else is it that much better than what Uverse offers?
Actually the claim was that UVerse had "a lot more" HD channels. Which isn't true. It should also be noted to get those "a lot more" HD channels, you have to get out the bigger money shovel.Do not ever toss down that gauntlet, the one thing that is more upsetting to many DISH customers is to have to admit that someone else has more HD!
Perhaps. But at last look, nothing I would watch. Mostly just more spin-off channels, particularly Showtime, that recycles the same stuff.
Although they did drop Hallmark a few years ago, since then they haven't dropped anything. If anything they have added even more than any other provider I've seen. Epix, Encore spin offs (Action, Romance, Classics, etc) Aljazeera, Long Horn Network HD, Pac 12 HD, Nick Toon HD, etc. Don't really have a dog in the fight since U-Verse isn't for everyone but there's really no rational argument to dispute they offer the most HD channels than anyone else.I would not be surprised, in 4 or 5 years, and IF the Directv deal goes through, that they fold Uverse TV. The business model is just not working. And if it does stay, it would be because they tie programming contracts with the D* side. Otherwise, in the best case scenario, they drop several channels . They've already started, with Hallmark. Others would likely follow.
Why the OP would cancel after three weeks makes little sense. Isn't there a contract?
I have Uverse Internet and TV service and I pay for 12 Mbps but get 14.5 Mbps. If anything they overcompensate for the TV portion. So I would have to disagree with you about bad Internet service. Uverse is incredible with online access to TV Channels and if you buy the optional Slingbox it is better for me than Dish.
Why the OP would cancel after three weeks makes little sense. Isn't there a contract? AT&T is getting very aggresive and gave me $250 in gift cards and $35 off a month for a year.