The Events That Force Change

It’s finally happened, guys. We beat the Cable ISPs with the help of the FCC finally ruling in favor of the American people who have long struggled to save their Internet from their greedy grasps. Hopefully this means that we’re finally going to see the cable television providers do what they should have done long ago; adjust their model to the changing technology that is in the hands of the American people. That’s why I suggest you to call a cable-tv.com expert – they’ll be able to help you find the right package and platform that is going to give you the entertainment that falls within your budget.

I’m not a fan of any sort of pushy salesman but calling these middle-man agents has always been a far more pleasant experience than calling, say, Comcast directly. These individuals have a single goal in mind and that is to make sure that you have everything that you need in regards to cable television. They are not getting paid a comission and they must be paid well for what they do since they are so very good at their jobs! Every time that I’ve called a cable company directly I’ve had nothing but problems.

It’s a shame. I love Cable. I love what it can provide for me but as our technology has given us the means to choose what we want to watch, with the likes of Roku or Amazon Fire Box, but the cable providers have been incredibly lax on this. They still refuse to give us what we reallty want; a platform of choice. The ability to finely tailor the packages to our means, to our wants, and instead shove these bloated channel packages down our collective throats. It’s a poor way of doing business but I have a feeling, thanks to the FCC ruling, that we’re going to see drastic changes begin to happen.

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