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the Price of Digital Cable TV with DVR

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$ 58
Jan 2008
Dayton, OH
Digital with approximately 60 channels and DVR  more... close row
$ 74
Mar 2008
Lakewood, NJ
Cable TV with HD and DVR  more... close row
$ 55
Mar 2008
Garland, TX
Good cheap cable with dvr from new company  more... close row
$ 74
Aug 2007
west sacramento, california
New cable to compliment new tv  more... close row
$ 65
Mar 2008
Willow Grove, PA
Cable with DVR services  more... close row
$ 65
Mar 2008
Mesa, AZ
Cable for two tvs plus a DVR  more... close row
$ 75
Mar 2008
San Luis Obispo, CA
200 channels of Cable TV and DVR  more... close row
$ 70
Mar 2008
Utica, NY
Cable with DVR and OnDemand  more... close row
$ 0
Oct 2010
City, State
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$ 106
Mar 2008
newport news, va
Basic cable with dvr and bad customer service  more... close row
$ 95
Mar 2008
Shinglehouse PA
Digital cable and two DVRs  more... close row
$ 88
Mar 2008
Avon, Ohio
Cable, DVR and internet  more... close row

Description of service

This price also includes broadband internet connection - fast speed. Our service comes as a bundle; I believe it is also available as solely cable TV with DVR for about $50 monthly. For this price, we get digital cable service with approximately 200 channels.


Review of Service

We have had service with the same company in another location before. One of the frustrating things with this company is billing services; my husband never was able to get his bill straightened out before we moved and ended up paying about $50 extra for services not rendered - we had to pay this before the same company would install service here. We have had no difficulties here, however, and have few service interruptions. We do very much enjoy the DVR. Although there is nothing more painful than when the cable and the internet go out together . . .


Tips

*Know exactly what need before you talk with these companies; many of them will try to talk you into additional services for additional fees that you weren't expecting and possibly don't need.

*Get a contract in writing; make sure you know what the monthly bill will always be. If your cable provider is bought by another company, consider stopping and restarting service. Sometimes the billing hassles just aren't worth the continuity of service.

*Get a company that has a live representative with whom you can physically and visually interact; this makes it less likely that they will fail to honor your contract properly.