I Can Finally Deal with One Company Instead of Two

I had been dealing with getting both Internet and phone from two separate companies for several years. This happened because both of the companies in my area that offer both services had very different prices for bundling services. I realized that it would save me a lot of money to use the two separate companies. However, I really wanted to find a company that has great service prices so that I could stick with just one bill per month, rather than two.

I realize that may sound odd to most people. But when you are a cowboy living on a Texas ranch, you often do not have as many options as other people have. The ranch I work on sits on thousands of acres in a very rural area, and not many places even provide service out here So, you take what you can get.

But I learned that there's a company called Frontier who is now offering bundle plans here in my neck of the woods. I looked online to learn more about them, and it looks like that most people are very happy with the service they get from this company. You can never be too sure, so it is always very important to read reviews. I learned that hard way in the past when I signed up with some company that was not well known, and I didn't bother to do my homework before getting signed up.

I decided that I would keep my old accounts, but also sign up with this new company. I wanted to see if everything went okay before fully committing to it. If it worked for me as well as it does for so many of their other customers, I could then cancel what I had with the other two companies. It turned out that I have had no trouble with my phone or Internet, so I'm sticking with this new company for sure.

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I Picked Satellite over Cable Not Because of the Picture but Because of the Price and Features

Our cable company took my favorite channel and moved it to a package that was a lot higher in price. They knew it was a popular channel, so it just made sense to do that from a business perspective. Well, since I did want more channels anyway, I figured I might opt for the higher tier package for TV programming. I got a price from them, and then got a price for the same thing through satellite TV. I found out that the price for the satellite programming was lower when I decided to finally learn more about it.

I would see all of the dishes on the roofs around my neighborhood. My neighbor who I watch a lot of golf with on the weekends when we can't be on the courses has satellite. Golf is a high value sport and it looks good on just about any TV system. The imagery is part of what sells it, so you get a lot of really high-definition detail watching the golf games. It is the same for football and some other sports. Since the golf games on his system looked about the same as what I got with cable, I decided to compare based on the channels I would get for the price rather than how it looked.

The next thing I looked at was features we could use. The DVR capability of being able to record more than two shows at once was great. The cable company just began offering that, but they wanted a fortune for that service. The satellite service cost for that feature was much lower. An introductory price for being a new customer was also a great incentive. Getting installation done quickly was another incentive. So the bottom line for me for going with satellite over cable was the cost per month and the features and actual channels we get.

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