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Re: Cord cutting?

Post by sancarlos » Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:48 am

Jerloma wrote:Does anyone have DirecTV Now?

I have DirectTV and would like to reduce my cost. What would be the benefit of streaming DirecTV Now instead of regular DirecTV?
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Re: Cord cutting?

Post by Baloney » Fri Sep 08, 2017 11:00 am

govmentchedda wrote:Yeah it does, playa. At least it does in Hillsborough county.


That's odd cos I looked at their homepage yesterday and it wasn't listed

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Post by Jerloma » Fri Sep 08, 2017 11:09 am

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Jerloma wrote:Does anyone have DirecTV Now?

I have DirectTV and would like to reduce my cost. What would be the benefit of streaming DirecTV Now instead of regular DirecTV?


It depends on your costs but the most basic package is $35 and that comes with 60 live channels and 20,000 on demand titles. BUT, if you have an AT&T wireless plan, it's only $10 a month for that package.

I'm still trying to figure out the deal with the Sunday Ticket app though. The internet says DirecTV sattelite customers are not eligible for it and the lady at DirecTV I spoke to last night said ONLY DirecTV satellite customers can get it. The latter makes no sense though. You would just get it via satellite if that were the case.
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Re: Cord cutting?

Post by govmentchedda » Fri Sep 08, 2017 12:05 pm

Baloney wrote:
govmentchedda wrote:Yeah it does, playa. At least it does in Hillsborough county.


That's odd cos I looked at their homepage yesterday and it wasn't listed

Availability changes with your ZIP code, I believe.
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Post by Dave from Paterson » Tue Sep 26, 2017 7:09 pm

I'm pretty new to Kodi and XBMC types. I have Sports Devil installed but am having no luck finding hockey content. Do you guys recommend any alternative(s)?
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Re: Cord cutting?

Post by Baloney » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:01 pm

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govmentchedda wrote:Yeah it does, playa. At least it does in Hillsborough county.


That's odd cos I looked at their homepage yesterday and it wasn't listed

Availability changes with your ZIP code, I believe.

What are you running it on? I looked into this yesterday and a Firestick is not a supported device, it'll work on my laptop but I'd have to cat to the TV

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Post by govmentchedda » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:17 pm

I usually Chromecast it from my Pixel phone, but sometimes Chromecast it from my iPad.
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Post by Rush2112 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:35 pm

Speaking of chromecast, does anyone else have the chromecast not see the wifi periodically? I restart the router and it works fine, but just wondering if it's the wifi or the chromecast itself.
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Post by govmentchedda » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:42 pm

Yes, I had that with my original Chromecast. I got a second Chromecast for signing up for YouTubeTV, and it works much better.
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Re: Cord cutting?

Post by DaveInSeattle » Mon Nov 06, 2017 9:34 pm

Rush2112 wrote:Speaking of chromecast, does anyone else have the chromecast not see the wifi periodically? I restart the router and it works fine, but just wondering if it's the wifi or the chromecast itself.


I had that issue, but I moved the problematic one to the TV right next to the router, and bought a newer one for the TV in the basement.

Has any one else tried the fubo app/site? I signed up for their free trial, and it works pretty well, but when I try to "cast" to my TV the resolution goes all to hell. One my computer it looks fine though.

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Post by elflaco » Fri Jan 05, 2018 12:22 pm

greetings and salutations from the jersey frozen tundra.

the missus has finally come to see the light... fuck cablevision (but not for the internet, although likely putting in my own modem)

what's the better option? i claim no real knowledge here. she thinks the firestick the way to go. i know with a good HD antenna, i can pick up the NYC stations.. but what about the rest? don't really care about sports other than futbol (even if i did win the fantasy football league this year) .. already have netflix on the xbox. the tv is 'smart'

anyone able to point me in the right direction for some edumacation?

many thanks my imaginary brethren.

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Post by Ryan » Fri Jan 05, 2018 12:51 pm

Reading from the beginning of the thread is a pretty good lesson in how quickly things change. Just switched over to the "everything but HBO and SHO" package on PS Vue, which includes Bruins, Red Sox, and Celtics games. Saving over $100/mo. Doing it through PS4 on the main TV, Apple TV and PS3 upstairs. Well aware that Apple TV is pricey and kind of unnecessary, but It Just Works™ and now I want it downstairs too.
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Post by mister d » Fri Jan 05, 2018 12:52 pm

So what's your total monthly cost now, including internet?
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Post by Ryan » Fri Jan 05, 2018 12:57 pm

Xfinity internet + PS Vue Elite + Netflix is $162.

Xfinity bundle with extra channel packages + Netflix was $267

EDIT: Accurate numbers
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Post by mister d » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:00 pm

There must be some weird location stuff at play because I have internet + cable w/ HBO + Showtime + netflix for $160. A friend in PA was paying over $250.
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Post by Ryan » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:04 pm

$191 for HD Preferred Plus bundle ("Blast!" internet, cable plus HBO, and phone)
$12 for Showtime
$9 for Sports Entertainment Pack (Red Zone + regional college garbage)
$17 for service and equipment to an additional TV (fuck you)
$13 in rights fees and whatnot
$11 in more franchise fees and 9/11 Fee (We Will Make You Literally Never Forget)

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Post by A_B » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:25 pm

I'm at about 105 for ps vue middle plan Netflix and internet. We got a sweet internet deal. 40 bucks a month for 100 down speed. No expiration date on price.
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Post by A_B » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:32 pm

Also, you can't due Vue on xbox I don't think but it works on apple and amazon. there is a roku app but it blows donkey dongs.
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Post by mister d » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:32 pm

That's part of my hesitation to even bother. Even if it saves a little money, would the effort and occasional glitches make it not worth it overall?
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Post by A_B » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:34 pm

mister d wrote:That's part of my hesitation to even bother. Even if it saves a little money, would the effort and occasional glitches make it not worth it overall?



I have had very few glitches with ps4 and ps3. amazon a few, but not much and way better once I changed internet providers. roku I may take into a field Office Space-style
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A_B wrote:
mister d wrote:That's part of my hesitation to even bother. Even if it saves a little money, would the effort and occasional glitches make it not worth it overall?



I have had very few glitches with ps4 and ps3. amazon a few, but not much and way better once I changed internet providers. roku I may take into a field Office Space-style


I always seem to have random annoyances with watch ESPN/netflix/hulu/whatever and I have gigabit internet with google

I called directv when my contract expired and told them I was going to google. I'm paying <$100 a month right now for it and it'll be like $120 for the six months of baseball when I buy the baseball package this spring. internet is $70 (I could pay < half for 1/10th the speed, so I choose to splurge here) and it's a write off as a work expense, so I'm ok with that. anything around $175 a month is easily doable. and necessary given my job.
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Post by Brontoburglar » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:11 pm

ETA I'm sure I've mentioned this before, but it's worth repeating again. having TV through traditional satellite/cable is absolutely imperative to me given that I'm typically watching sports with a second or third or seventh screen. It's bad enough when people tweet things 10 seconds before they happen on TV. But when Twitter is 30 seconds or more ahead? Nope. I can't keep having my life spoiled for me like that.
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Post by tennbengal » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:11 pm

Is anyone insisting that Bronto cut the cord?

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Post by mister d » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:14 pm

Via private message. He's resisting.
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Post by GoodKarma » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:34 pm

Brontoburglar wrote:ETA I'm sure I've mentioned this before, but it's worth repeating again. having TV through traditional satellite/cable is absolutely imperative to me given that I'm typically watching sports with a second or third or seventh screen. It's bad enough when people tweet things 10 seconds before they happen on TV. But when Twitter is 30 seconds or more ahead? Nope. I can't keep having my life spoiled for me like that.


I'm riding this train as well. DirecTV & and my municipal 1GB broadband costs me $170. Did just sign up for Netflix a couple weeks ago so I'll see if my habits change.

Until then, I like sitting down and scrolling through channels. DirecTV, I hate you but I just can't quit you...
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Post by govmentchedda » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:34 pm

$77/mo internet service
$35/mo YouTubeTV
~$6/mo TOTAL $140/yr NHL.tv (I split this with Oiler)
$11/mo NETFLIX
$9/mo HULU
TOTAL $138/mo.

A friend has my Netflix and Hulu passwords, and I have his cable service passwords that allows me to access NBCSports, HBOGo, and any other app or online access that comes along with having Cable.

Our cord cutting consisted of cutting our former bill ~$260/mo which included house phone, cable with HBO and 2 DVRs, and internet, down to the $77 for internet and $35 for YouTubeTV.

*in the process of comprising this post, I noticed that Frontier was still charging me for an unlisted number, and that Netflix was still charging me for a DVD plan. Canceling those saved me ~$12/mo.

ETA - we use Chromecast (one time charge of ~$20 or so) and an old AppleTV that we've had for years, and paid a one time charge of $99 for.
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govmentchedda wrote:$77/mo internet service
$35/mo YouTubeTV
~$6/mo TOTAL $140/yr NHL.tv (I split this with Oiler)
$11/mo NETFLIX
$9/mo HULU
TOTAL $138/mo.

A friend has my Netflix and Hulu passwords, and I have his cable service passwords that allows me to access NBCSports, HBOGo, and any other app or online access that comes along with having Cable.

Our cord cutting consisted of cutting our former bill ~$260/mo which included house phone, cable with HBO and 2 DVRs, and internet, down to the $77 for internet and $35 for YouTubeTV.

*in the process of comprising this post, I noticed that Frontier was still charging me for an unlisted number, and that Netflix was still charging me for a DVD plan. Canceling those saved me ~$12/mo.

ETA - we use Chromecast (one time charge of ~$20 or so) and an old AppleTV that we've had for years, and paid a one time charge of $99 for.


By my reckoning you now owe every semi-active member of the swamp $1.25.
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A_B wrote:
govmentchedda wrote:$77/mo internet service
$35/mo YouTubeTV
~$6/mo TOTAL $140/yr NHL.tv (I split this with Oiler)
$11/mo NETFLIX
$9/mo HULU
TOTAL $138/mo.

A friend has my Netflix and Hulu passwords, and I have his cable service passwords that allows me to access NBCSports, HBOGo, and any other app or online access that comes along with having Cable.

Our cord cutting consisted of cutting our former bill ~$260/mo which included house phone, cable with HBO and 2 DVRs, and internet, down to the $77 for internet and $35 for YouTubeTV.

*in the process of comprising this post, I noticed that Frontier was still charging me for an unlisted number, and that Netflix was still charging me for a DVD plan. Canceling those saved me ~$12/mo.

ETA - we use Chromecast (one time charge of ~$20 or so) and an old AppleTV that we've had for years, and paid a one time charge of $99 for.


By my reckoning you now owe every semi-active member of the swamp $1.25.


Yep. And given compiling all that money he's thrown away it's probably up to $3/mo now. Feel free to send it along. I'm trying to pay it for a wedding here.
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Post by govmentchedda » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:48 pm

Beers on me!
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Post by sancarlos » Fri Jan 05, 2018 3:04 pm

Other than live sports, I watch most of my television via DVR, sometime after original broadcast. My understanding is that cord cutting options don’t allow for this. Am I wrong?
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sancarlos wrote:Other than live sports, I watch most of my television via DVR, sometime after original broadcast. My understanding is that cord cutting options don’t allow for this. Am I wrong?


That's easier than watching it before the original broadcast.

Most offer some kind of cloud-based DVR. I can watch nearly any cable show I want. As for networks I only currently have ABC available to watch on demand. Used to have NBC but they changed some of the rules so it hasn't been updated in a while. They want you to buy Hulu, which if you watch a lot of NBC/Fox it would be worth it. We just use the computer when we want to watch an NBC show. You sometimes have to sit through commercials, though.
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Post by elflaco » Fri Jan 05, 2018 4:22 pm

seems with an antenna+netflix+ hulu(sling) i should be ok for all channels we watch. BEIN has their own thing. definitely less than what we pay cablevision...

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sancarlos wrote:Other than live sports, I watch most of my television via DVR, sometime after original broadcast. My understanding is that cord cutting options don’t allow for this. Am I wrong?

YouTubeTV allows unlimited DVR space, but I suggest doing a test run before committing to cutting the cord. The available channels vary greatly depending on your location.

I do like just searching through to see what's on offer and hitting record, and not having to worry about filling up my DVR. I've currently got the system set to record a ton of shows, and it has already recorded a ton of movies, as they've appeared on TV. Commercials are generally included, but you can FF or skip ahead, and I don't really ever have too much time to sit down and watch a whole movie anyway.
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Post by Rush2112 » Fri Jan 05, 2018 8:32 pm

Plex also allows you to DVR from an hd antenna.
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I don't think plex is user friendly. Unless it's on your device already. Fine for streaming pirated videos. Maybe it's changed in the six months since I used it.
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Post by Rush2112 » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:56 pm

A_B wrote:I don't think plex is user friendly. Unless it's on your device already. Fine for streaming pirated videos. Maybe it's changed in the six months since I used it.


It has. There was a huge update late summer. I'm also a Plex Pass holder, so yvmv. Lots of channels to get content. We also burned all our DVDs so way easy to access. It has problems with big music collections, but otherwise, i found it really easy to set up and get access via the web or mobile.
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Post by A_B » Wed Feb 28, 2018 9:41 am

So, if you're looking at a way to cut the cord...

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Post by Shirley » Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:23 am

Anyone use DirecTV NOW? Do you still get access to WatchESPN and other online sports (NBC, Fox)? What about local channels - do you have to use an antenna for those?
Totally Kafkaesque

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Post by Shirley » Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:25 am

That reminds me. Does anyone know if there is something like a phone/internet/tv/etc consultant you can use for this shit? I'm 100% sure I'm paying more than I need for this stuff, but comparing services and offers is so fucking hard. They work really hard to not tell you the details on the various offer pages. They just want you to sign up and trust them that what they are offering is what you want.
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Post by A_B » Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:43 am

Shirley wrote:
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Anyone use DirecTV NOW? Do you still get access to WatchESPN and other online sports (NBC, Fox)? What about local channels - do you have to use an antenna for those?
Yes, you will get access to those things.

If you're looking, that deal above is a great thing to start with, so long as they don't tie you into a long contract. Basically get 100 off an apple TV.
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That reminds me. Does anyone know if there is something like a phone/internet/tv/etc consultant you can use for this shit? I'm 100% sure I'm paying more than I need for this stuff, but comparing services and offers is so fucking hard. They work really hard to not tell you the details on the various offer pages. They just want you to sign up and trust them that what they are offering is what you want.

It basically comes down to: are you paying more than $50 for TV and can you live with cloud-based DVR? If so, yes you are paying too much.
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