Does anyone know off the top of their head whether or not I can get rid of my Rogers Cable subscription but keep my Rogers Internet service intact?
I’ve been thinking of migrating from cable TV to iTunes TV – the television portion of my cable bill is over $80 per month. In AppleLand, that same cake will get me 40 or so television shows. Suffice to say that the cost/benefit picture doesn’t look great for the cable operators in this new world order.
I’d consider moving to Bell DSL, were it not for the fact that I’m using Vonage and have no Bell service to the house (also on cost grounds). If I could get Bell DSL w/o having to use Bell dialtone, that might be an option to. Neither the Rogers nor the Bell website have any information on this – why would they want me to make an informed decision.
If you have any thoughts, please leave me a note in the comments. Many thanks in advance.
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