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They charge me 60.00 a month. They have "on demand" that should be commercial free, but they play commercials.

Just like if you were watching the movie on regular tv. When they do add a new movie, say from the early 80s, it is grayed out, so you can't access it anyway. The movies that are "on demand" are the same crap that they are playing on every station, anyway, and they play them over and over and over and over .... Give me a break!

Put a new movie on every once in a while.... I have more movies in my own collection than they do.

They have good chanels on like PBS, and Nat Geo, but you can't access any of the decent shows that are on there. What a rip off!

Review about: Charter Communications Movies On Demand Tv Service.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $60.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

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Anonymous
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$60 monthly? You're still on teaser rates, and your price will go up.

Although charter speckedcum promotes on-demand as something magical, it takes very little time to go through the three or four "passable" movies on offer. The few they offer on rental are often two or three times a redbox fee. Most of the programming our household gets comes online, or whatever we can get from the rooftop antenna. Sorry for your disappointment, but cable companies have been breaking their promises since build-out started early 1980s.

Our family just stopped paying the ridiculous $187 monthly that charter was demanding. If we can't get a show from antenna or on Netflix, we just don't watch.

h.kitchener
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You can't access most PBS shows because you have to become a "subscriber" to PBS by paying them directly---even tho PBS receives tax dollars. PBS has little to offer anyway as you can get most, if not all of their foreign series from other free sources via your internet connection.

Bottom line is that there is no reason to pay for anything other than an internet connection from Charter. Paying a monthly fee for cable TV is rather silly when, with the internet connection you can access anything and everything you want in the form of movies, television, etc.

for free. It is called "streaming."

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