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Old 10-11-2005, 10:08 AM
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Bringing up an old post here!

Originally Posted by The Dude
Another perk to having a cable modem is that you can have it, pay only for the internet and have cable service to your entire house, since cable internet runs off of an unused channel. But, of course, I don't do this....
Is this true?

Then you'd get Basic AND Standard (Video) cable, right? Whatever you get w/o a cable box, right? (I currently do NOT have a cable box. Just cable into the back of the TV.)

I pay $42.95 for internet (6mbit!!!!)

And I pay $47.95 for Basic&Standard.

With taxes I'm just about $93/month.

I would love to cancel the TV part of the cable and get it for free. Comcast charges more for the internet for non-TV cable subscribers, but heck, sounds like I could still save $40/month!
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