reply to joako
Re: [HD] Getting HD Channels I had not heard of Business Class TV so a little googling revealed:
Note the very last sentence.
Business Class Video
Comcast Business Class TV provides reliable and
cost effective video content solutions to satisfy a
variety of customers business needs at office
locations such as conference rooms and waiting
areas. Comcast Business Class TV can be an essential
part of any business by keeping employees and
customers connected to the community and national
events that impact their lives. Businesses choose
from four programming packages with this service.
Additionally, Comcast Business Class offers six TV
packages specifically designed for restaurants, bars
and other locations that make TV available to their
customers. Unlike satellite TV competitors, Business
Class TV packages for bars and restaurants are
priced at a flat rate as opposed to pricing based on
seating occupancy. This enables any establishment,
regardless of size, to take advantage of Comcasts
simple pricing plans while offering dynamic sports
and entertainment programming.
Comcast Business Class TV packages range from
basic TV with local broadcasts to advanced
programming tiers which include family, news and
entertainment channels such as CNBC, Food Network,
Discovery Kids, Golf Channel, The Weather Channel
and more. Additionally, robust sports programming, a
la carte service tiers with international
programming, and HD capabilities are available.
Yes tech came out today and informed me just because I get an SD channel and pay for HD doesn't mean I get the SD channel in HD. The HD fee only covers the local channels.
Why Comcast couldn't say this over the phone is beyond me... or why the sales rep couldn't sell the correct package is absurd. Had the correct information been disclosed I would have just ordered DirecTV.
Business Information $36.99
HD Fee $4.99
HD Fee $8.95
said by Comcast Sales Rep :--
if you want CNN and CNBC than you would need to order the Private View is $29.95 per month. Called Information and Entertainment package.
That's crazy. The $8.95 fee is what, for residential, is the HD Technology fee and covers ALL boxes and ALL matching channels.