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Old 04-08-2016, 05:04 AM   #1
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Thumbs up A basic cable/TV company........?

Hello everyone:
Do you have a favorite basic TV/ cable company than its also economical?.Suggestions are much appreciated.......araucano.
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We rely on the cable that may be provided in the campground. If not provided we have great times together by the fire and walking, as well as planning our next stop.
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Cable Company service is fine, but running the cable down the highway in our travels is a killer.
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And since cable tv is usually exclusively franchised at the city or county level, you rarely get any choice at home either.

Perhaps if you explained what sort of tv service you are looking for, and where, we could offer some opinion. If this is for an RV, cable isn't an option except whatever a campground may provide, but no choice there either. Is satellite an option for you? That's about the only thing an RVers gets to choose.
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