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Watching the Cricket World Cup? DISH has you covered

February 10th, 2015

The 2015 World Cup of Cricket starts Feb 13th and DISH Network has your back, just in time for the entire tournament. In fact, DISH Network is offering the entire tournament for just .99 cents, a savings of over $99 dollars.
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What NFL games will be on in your market opening weekend?

September 3rd, 2014

The NFL remains an absolute juggernaut in terms of TV ratings, and they’ve actually done most of that by restricting the amount of play. Games are on in the same exact small structure and format every Sunday. In fact, many viewers only get 3 NFL games on an average Sunday during the regular season. Read more

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Top Monday Night Football Games This Year

August 20th, 2014

mnf nfl schedules cannon dish networkAs we approach the 2014 NFL season, week 3 of preseason games is underway–when most teams are beginning to actually play their starters in full form, and one of the crucial bits for fans to chew on is always the Monday Night Football schedule, of course. Read more

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The Verge names Comcast the worst company in America

August 19th, 2014

No, that’s not clickbait, or a quiz, or a question…The Verge, one of the more respected technology outlets in America, has named Comcast as the singe worst company in the entire nation. Read more

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Will your provider carry SEC Network?

August 3rd, 2014

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New Comcast scam catches hundreds in Denver and West Coast

July 26th, 2014

DENVER — A new scam that may have already ensnared hundreds of Comcast customers in the Denver area is gaining the attention of security experts.

9NEWS in Denver and Comcast are warning that the offer is not legitimate, and if you fall for it, you’ll never see the money again.

It begins with a call from a very knowledgeable thief, who knows how long you’ve been with Comcast, the services you have with them and how much your monthly bill is. They may not have all the information correct, but they will be close enough to draw you in.

Then, they offer a new promotion, telling you if you pay $600 up front, you will not get a bill at all for the following six months, and then for six months beyond that period, your bill will be only $99 a month. Read more

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How New York State Could Stop the Comcast-TWC Merger

July 19th, 2014

Comcast-Logo (1)This week, the world was reminded of just how awful Comcast can be, thanks to the recording of one appalling customer service call. But that flare-up was also a reminder of how many people could find themselves trapped in similar situations, with fewer ways out, if Comcast’s merger with Time Warner Cable goes through. Fortunately, all it takes is one state to stop it.

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Comcast ‘Embarrassed’ By Viral Service Call

July 18th, 2014

When a customer service call is described as “Kafkaesque” and “hellish,” you pretty much know how it’s going to go down before even taking a listen. But in case you haven’t heard the condescending, tedious call that’s lit up the Internet, here it is:

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Internet access becoming more politicized on Capitol Hill

July 17th, 2014

fcc-logoA recent blog at The Hill covered the growing concerns over net neutrality and the ability of politicians and lawmakers to control, or keep others from controlling, who can and cannot access what services over the internet. As the web quickly becomes an avenue for every day and necessary government and pubic services, such as health care and taxes, the issue of net neutrality and web access is no longe simply an issue of entertainment or consumerism. Read more

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Germany Argentina World Cup Final sets numerous viewership records

July 14th, 2014

Netherlands-argentina-world-Cup-350x198ESPN’s telecast of Wednesday’s Netherlands vs. Argentina FIFA World Cup semifinal match – a 0-0 tie in which Argentina advanced to the Final past Netherlands in a penalty kick shootout at Arena de Sao Paulo – ranks as the highest-rated and most-viewed World Cup semifinal match ever on any U.S. network, according to Nielsen. The match averaged a 4.3 U.S. household rating and 6,823,000 viewers on Dish Network and otherwise.

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