Post # 1
Well we should close on the new house within the next couple of weeks. I’m starting to look into companies regarding TV, phone, and internet.
I’m in the US- Southern CA to be exact… any recommendations??
Post # 3
Hi! We are in Canada, but I am sure Rogers is through Canada & the US. We found they had the best prices. .. we pay about $140/month for a good TV cable bundle, home phone with 500 minutes long distance (can be used any time of the day) as well as their basic internet package which gives us WAY more than we need.
Good luck in your move!! So exciting!
Post # 4
I can’t speak to the best, but do all you can to avoid Comcast. They’re terrible…they raise the price every couple of months, the bills don’t always make sense, and the customer service is awful.
Post # 5
We’ll be getting Verizon FIOS at our new house.
We’re only getting TV and Internet.
But the Triple Play Bundle (TV/Internet/Phone) is 89.99/month (for first 2 years) and with a 2 year commitment they are giving away a $300 Visa Card
Post # 6
tough! The thing with cable companies is that most of them have monopoly over a certain area so in So Cal you are most likely looking at Time Warner which is by far the most expensive cable company out there but they aren’t too bad when it comes to customer service. I work in IT so i deal with cable companies all the time.
I’m not sure where in So Cal you are so Time Warner might not be your cable provider but i know they cover a lot of California, along with Comcast and Verizon.
Post # 7
@abbie017: Depends where you are, and your cabling in that area too. I’ve got Comcast just for TV here in Chantilly, VA and it’s been great. Everytime my promotion nears ending, I call and threaten to cancel and they always give me another 6 month to 1 year promotion. I’ve been doing this for 2 years now without fail.
Darling Husband swears by Cox (his folks had it), but my BFF has it at her house and ended up cancelling due to all sorts of issues.
I’ve got Verizon FIOs for internet and while we’ve had some issues, they are always resolved quickly (we do pay for business internet though).
Post # 8
I’m not sure if you have CenturyLink in your area (use to be Qwest) but we’ve really liked their prices and customer service. I hate Comcast though…so much more pricey.
Post # 9
Thanks for the info bees! 🙂
Post # 10
I haven’t had a home phone since I lived with my parents 11 years ago, I watch all my TV shows via my computer hooked up to the TV. We only pay for internet. We had COmcast in Boston, because it was the only choice in our neighborhood (Verizon FiOS hadn’t made it there yet). We never had issues with them, but i’ve heard lots of horror stories!