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LGmus
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Service porviders

Post by LGmus » Mon Oct 13, 2014 3:19 pm

Hi, I am moving (still in Sequim) and have the chance to change service providers. Have a Wave bundle, basic tv, phone and internet...nothing wrong but it is pricey. Direct TV satelliet is already installed in my new digs, after a couple of hours on the phone with Direct TV, then century Link, am getting very frustrated. It is a considerable cheaper, so I was told.

Anybody have strong feelings one way or the other? I do need a land line, and like to watch a little tv, at least until I have time to get a mobile service--which didn't work out where I lived

Thanks,
Lili (Green)

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Re: Service porviders

Post by Stephen Hart » Mon Oct 13, 2014 6:00 pm

LGmus wrote:Hi, I am moving (still in Sequim)
Where are you moving to?
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Re: Service porviders

Post by LGmus » Mon Oct 13, 2014 7:14 pm

Into the big town of Sequim near Carrie Blake...I can get Century Link and Wave both.
Will send K. the details.
Lili

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Re: Service porviders

Post by richardcovert » Tue Oct 14, 2014 9:44 pm

Are you on copper line with Century Link? My experience a mile or so from downtown Sequim was very slow throughput. Have Wave now much better service. (You probably have this already figured out by now.)

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