Billing department contacted me and informed me that the current Multi Stream Scientific Atlanta branded PKM800 cablecards running Cisco branded firmware from 2010 was outdated and that I needed to install Cisco branded PKM801 cablecards running Scientific Atlanta branded firmware from 2009 in order to "have cablecards that are compatible with Xfinity On Demand for TiVo" which won't even be available for Cisco/SA markets for NJ until May -- I'm always up for a good chat and helping with VoIP testing so my contact info is below. Gigaset.net: Michael Wolf Callcentric: 17772288600 SIP URI: sip:firstname.lastname@example.org and sip:email@example.com Skype: MikeWolf051
I actually have considered Dish/DirecTV because of how high my bill has been getting but the major problem is the terrible internet they supply, one being Verizon DSL which I absolutely will NOT go back to and the fact that I don't want to lose the use of my TiVo's. When I told Comcast about my consideration of jumping ship they literally wished me good luck and hung up. Either they know that FiOS isn't in my area and that they have a stronghold in my area, or they've gotten wise and now call our bluffs. -- I'm always up for a good chat and helping with VoIP testing so my contact info is below. Gigaset.net: Michael Wolf Callcentric: 17772288600 SIP URI: sip:firstname.lastname@example.org and sip:email@example.com Skype: MikeWolf051
I'm hearing more and more people having trouble getting promotions from Comcast. You'd figure they'd be bending over backwards to keep people from cutting the cord. I guess they don't care.
As I said in my other RANT post they don't care. They are so large that it means nothing to them. They figure they have nothing to fear. You really can't use their service to cut the cord as the caps will stop you. The only give lip service to internet viewing such as HBO Go, Netflix, ETC... I have heard them tell customers if you don't like it then go to U-Verse or Dish. And that is why they are ranked one of the worst companies in America.
5th -- "The relationship between what we see and what we know is never settled..."