posted on Jan, 24 2020 @ 03:11 PM
It's no great loss to the nation. When the FCC did away with analogue signaling it limited or even removed rural citizens ability to view broadcast
stations without having to pay an unreasonable monthly fee to view once freely available broadcast to the entire nation. Not only that but they fleece
their subscribers when problems with their household hardware malfunctions.
I had equipment problems with my receiver a few months back where they sent me a replacement tuner in an attempt to repair my problem but failed so
they scheduled a service technician to come out and fix the problem. In the meantime I was required to return the supposedly, but in actuality non
defective module in a short time frame but they didn't send me a return box or even a well documented address or printed return label to their outside
contractor repair facility. After much aggravation communicating with them, they finally sent me the return material where I and the UPS driver
packaged it up together and he attached their pre-printed return label and sent it back the very day the return materials arrived. After several calls
complaining of the unwarranted charges I was never given credit for the returned receiver after further communication complaining of the unwarranted
charges. I don't care if every satellite they have falls from the sky.
In actuality, most of what they fill their digital systems capacity with is incessant junk we have to wade through to find what is pleasing or
informative to watch while subjecting us to the costs we have to pay for their more worthless broadcasts and services.
So to be truthful here, I wouldn't care if every satellite they own falls from the heavens.
edit on 24-1-2020 by CharlesT because: (no reason
edit on 24-1-2020 by CharlesT because: (no reason given)