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owine
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join:2002-08-29
Chicago, IL
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[CATV] [Chicago] New Channels 12/20

From my latest bill:

quote:
Channel Changes December 20th, 2012
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: We are pleased to announce the following new
channels will be added to RCN's channel line-up on Thursday, December 20,
2012.
CH. Network
226 Veria Living Tier - Premiere Family & Children
269 Shalom TV Tier - Premiere Family & Children
550 BBC America HD Tier - Premiere Movies & Entertainment
560 Cooking Channel HD Tier - Premiere Family & Children
563 OWN HD Tier - Signature
565 Oxygen HD Tier - Premiere Family & Children
575 CBS College Sports HD Tier - Premiere Sports
590 Sundance HD Tier - Premiere Movies & Entertainment
592 TCM HD Tier - Signature
698 FOX Soccer Channel HD Tier - Signature

dpcs

join:2010-02-28
Chicago, IL

Is anyone else having problems seeing the new hd?

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NLiveris

join:2001-11-25
Chicago, IL
reply to owine

Re: [CATV] [Chicago] New Channels 12/20

So RCN adds 11 new channels and sends letters a few days ago saying my bill will increase $20 a month. That seems rather unfair as I never asked for those channels.

I know it's off topic, but with 75mb internet, static IP, my own SB6120, 1 three year old POS Motorola DVR rental and all the HD movie channels, my monthly bill is $285 after taxes. Now it'll be over $300 a month. I'm curious if I'm severely over paying or if that's considered normal pricing?


alanisrox69

join:2005-03-29
LHV, PA

said by NLiveris:

So RCN adds 11 new channels and sends letters a few days ago saying my bill will increase $20 a month. That seems rather unfair as I never asked for those channels.

I know it's off topic, but with 75mb internet, static IP, my own SB6120, 1 three year old POS Motorola DVR rental and all the HD movie channels, my monthly bill is $285 after taxes. Now it'll be over $300 a month. I'm curious if I'm severely over paying or if that's considered normal pricing?

When you compare it to FIOS, you're overpaying. My FIOS bill is right under $300/month, but I have 7 HD-DVRs w/ all premiums (including HBO) and 150mbps down/65mbps up internet.

If you take off 6 of the HD-DVRs, reduce the price by $16.95 per DVR, so $101.70 less. Or $85 less than RCN is charging.
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