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Old April 15 2010, 04:29 AM   #19
Location: Lincoln, NE
Re: Nearly 800,000 U.S. TV households 'cut the cord'

There's not much concern since the majority of cable companies are also in the ISP business. They'll just start charging a "convenience" fee for customers like me who don't have cable bundled with their internet (not looking forward to that day).

I cut the cord a number of years ago and was kinda surprised how little I missed cable. When I'm at a friend's and they complain they've got 100 channels and nothing's on I like to remind them they're paying $800+ a year for that privilege.
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