Charter, CSPAN2 and basic cable

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Charter, CSPAN2 and basic cable

Postby cspanviewer » Fri Oct 03, 2008 10:24 pm

Now that Charter has redone the channel lineup, I wish as a 'Basic' cable subscriber I still had Cspan-2.

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Postby EastSideTom » Sat Oct 04, 2008 6:26 am

I'm pleased, as an Expanded Basic subscriber, that Charter has added CSPAN 3 as part of the channel shuffle. I've never had all three before. My life is complete

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Re: Charter, CSPAN2 and basic cable

Postby butters » Sat Oct 04, 2008 9:43 am

cspanviewer wrote:Now that Charter has redone the channel lineup, I wish as a 'Basic' cable subscriber I still had Cspan-2.

I do too.
It's part of their less channels + higher rates = better value for the customer business code. Don't you feel lucky?

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Re: Charter, CSPAN2 and basic cable

Postby Beer Moon » Mon Oct 06, 2008 4:09 pm

butters wrote:
cspanviewer wrote:Now that Charter has redone the channel lineup, I wish as a 'Basic' cable subscriber I still had Cspan-2.

I do too.
It's part of their less channels + higher rates = better value for the customer business code. Don't you feel lucky?


Each channel you have now has a higher value than it did when there were more channels in your package. So of course they're going to raise the rates - you are now getting higher-value content!!


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