Plex goes live, Tablo adds more tuners, and Apple TV gets ready to add Amazon.

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CordKillers: Ep. 173 - Super Crazy Magic Hands
Recorded: June 5 2017
Guest: None

Intro Video

Primary Target

  • Plex becomes a low-cost, DIY streaming TV service
    - Plex has added the ability to stream Live TV and expanded the number of tuners it works with beyond HD HomeRun to now include Hauppauge, Avermedia and others. Live TV is provided by the user, either from an over-the-air source or a cablecard device like HDHomeRun’s. Live TV and the existing DVR function are available to PlexPass subscribers at $5 a month., $40 a year or $120 lifetime. The feature is launching on Android TV and iOS with Android mobile and Apple TV to follow.

How to Watch

  • Tablo launches its next-gen DVR for cord cutters, the more compact Tablo DUAL
    - Tablo DUAL
    - Two tuners
    - 20 percent smaller case
    - 64GB built-in storage
    - USB port can add up to 8 TB
    - Tablo works by plugging into antenna then streaming video over the home WiFi network to up to 6 devices simultaneously.)
    - $4.99/month subscription to the expanded TV guide offering episode and series synopses, cover art, and metadata for the two weeks ahead.
    - The Tablo DUAL will be sold beginning on June 4th for $249.99 exclusively at Best Buy stores and online in the U.S. and Canada.

What to Watch

What We're Watching

Front Lines

Dispatches from the Front

Greetings Cordkillers crew,

On the previous episode, Lisa wrote in about her decision to cancel Starz's streaming service because it didn't offer anything of interest beyond American Gods, and she'll just wait to purchase it in a year when it's made available. Brian praised her for making a ""logical"" decision, while your guest, Ron Richards, balked at the idea of waiting that long to watch the show. Perhaps there's a way for Lisa to have her cake and eat it too?

Instead of waiting a year and paying anywhere from $25 to $40 to own the first season, why not wait until the season ends and just pay another $8-10 for the streaming service and binge watch it within the month? She'll get to watch it sooner and pay a lot less to do so.

Keep up the great work!
- Jesse




Hey Killers,

I've been running a Plex server for years to keep my library of ripped DVDs, Blu-rays, music and photos available to stream on just about any device. We have an antenna for over the air TV but I'd never bothered to get a tuner to setup Plex DVR until I heard about the live-TV support so I decided to drop $70 on a Hauppauge WinTV-DualHD and try it out. Setup was super easy. It scanned for channels and found most. I could swear I was able to pick up a CBS affiliate before, but it's not finding it. Streaming live works great on my iPhone/iPad but it does take several seconds to connect and buffer. Unfortunately, those are the only devices I have that live TV works on. I see it's coming to Apple TV soon but I hope the Roku gets some live TV love soon too. I have a Roku connected to our "media room" TV and the TV in the bedroom is a TCL Roku TV, so that's what we use for Plex and all of our streaming needs. I like the guide functionality and regular DVR functions for scheduling recordings are nice, although I know those aren't new but new to me. With Hulu Plus commercial-free though, there's really not much I'd record with it but being able to watch live TV on the Roku without leaving the Plex environment and having the guide information available will be nice if/when Roku gets it.

Thanks guys,

Your patron,

- Tony




Tip for getting stubborn media into Vudu -
For dumb-nonsense-millennial reasons, I've been in the process of getting rid of ALL of my physical media and local storage, and switching over to cloud storage for my media. I decided the best option for me was to do the Disc to Digital conversion on Vudu. I have a decent mix of DVDs and Blu-Rays so it was another nice opportunity to upgrade my 480p content to 1080p. I also like that the movies don't use any storage on my cloud storage providers. Anyway, While doing the conversion I found that some of my barcodes wouldn't scan for one reason or another (Missing back cover, old Blockbuster sticker over the barcode etc). So after hitting my head against the wall trying to do image searches for the back cover to scan, I found an excellent website that solved the issue UPC Item Database ( You just type in the name of the movie in the product search, and then it'll provide the UPC barcode for the item. Every movie that I couldn't scan physically I was able to find and convert without issue. Hopefully this tip might help anyone in the same situation.

- Dan




Tom and Brian,

First of all, thanks for a great podcast that has been very relevant to me over the past few months as I’ve been making the journey into cord-cutting. Secondly, my apologies for the extended email. I only recently found your podcast at the tail end of my cord-cutting journey and was happy to see that my experiences fell very much in line with the content of your show. I decided to catch up on previous Cord Killer airings (not the Spoilerin’ Time editions) just to be sure I was caught up with all the latest news and talk. I figured that going back into 2016 would not have provided too much value simply based on how quickly things have been moving and changing in this space. Is binge-listening a thing? Well, it certainly was for me.

Now that I’m “live” and done with my consumption of about two episodes per day, I’d like to share with you my experiences, thoughts and suggestions. I hope they serve to validate the efforts you guys put forth in producing such an excellent, interesting and funny show. I find that they show maintains a great pace, breaks up aspects of the Cord Killing Revolution in easily digestible chunks and manages to do so intelligently and humorously.

With all that out of the way, here’s what I have to contribute….

Decisions, decisions, decisions…

Brian has recently lamented several times about making choices either before during or after cutting the cord. The biggest of which is how to supplement the whole “Live TV” experience for those who want to cut the cord and send TMF (Two Middle Fingers) over to their favorite cable provider. He mentioned once about providing advice to someone directly and said how difficult it was to encapsulate what he knows for someone else. Sure, you don’t want to lead people astray but you don’t want to dissuade them from making the journey. For myself, that journey included some luck and a whole lot of research. As much research and information I managed to cobble together likely isn’t even a fraction of what you guys have learned and know given the time you’ve devoted to cord cutting.

I do believe that there is room to provide an easy path to help those who’d love to cut the cord but don’t have the foggiest idea of how to go about it. There’s no single site that gives you everything you need in an easy to understand manner. Such a solution could help move the needle even further on the cord cutting dial. Personally, I knew I’d have to provide live TV for my wife as she loves various network broadcast shows. Picking a skinny bundle was a big thing as didn’t want to go through too many changes. So I did what I always do, make a spreadsheet. I collected all the data and used a spreadsheet to help me compare. Sure, not everyone will go through the effort but for me it was needed.

The opportunity here would be for a site where you could enter key aspects of your viewing preferences and have it spit out maybe one or two suggestions. How important are sports, movies, TV shows? How many people are watching TV? Are there specific shows that are must-haves? A fairly simple set of questions that could guide people on where to start.

A new Cord Killer segment suggestion…

I enjoy all your current segments from Frontlines to What to Watch and Dispatches. In keeping with the mostly military theme of the show I’d like to suggest a section called Battle Ground. It would be a way to compare similar products, services or aspects that relate to cord cutting, The twist would be that you would not need to do the comparison directly as that takes time and access to all the items being compared. Instead, you’d ask your watchers, listeners, subscribers to submit their own feedback to next week Battle Ground combatants. “Next week, Battle Ground compares streamers. Send in your experiences and suggestions for discussion next week.”

As for Dispatches, gotta change the music intro. Needs to be more telegraph sounding. Doesn’t fit the “Killer” and combat theme of the show.

My Journey…

I had DirecTV for 15 years and was fed up with the cost increases and lousy customer service. My TV bill for 4 TVs was over $165 when I finally said, “enough!”. On top of that we already had Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu. Several years ago I purchase a Sony Blu-Ray surround system that had all three OTT apps which made it easy to stream that content. I added an AppleTV to the living room and then a Roku for the kids and we had all the pieces in place to start the cord cutting.

I put a $50 antenna in the attic and connected it to a 2-tuner Tablo (bought a refurb unit from Tablo for $139 and a 2 TB hard drive for $65) and signed up for PS Vue. Been going great for a few months now. My only challenge has been Hallmark and Lifetime channels for the wife and daughter. Likely will have to supplement for a few months when their favorite shows come online with either Sling or DTV Now (would hate to give any more cash to DTV though).

I’ve played around with Plex as well and find that to be an interesting option. We’ll see where that goes.

I found it very easy to cancel DTV. I called up, cot transferred to retention and they said we’ll take $10 off for three months. I laughed and they said fine, we’ll send a box for our stuff. Next day, got the real call and they offered my same service for $85 a month, almost half what I was paying. Then the gotchas… That’s for three months, then it goes up $20. Then after 12 months it goes up another $20. No thanks. Never looked back.

I have Comcast internet with 90 meg download and I’m curious about their upcoming Instant TV offering. Who knows, might provide my missing pieces. I pay $50 a month which I think is fair. They always try to bundle me up but I just say no.

Thanks again for all you guys do. I’ll continue to listen every week now and see how things progress. I’ll check in if I feel I have something valuable to contribute. Look forward to seeing how all this fleshes out. I included the excel sheet in case it can help anyone else. Feel free to share.

Kindest Regards,

- Armando




"Hi Brian,Bryce,Tom,and somewhere in the chat room Jackie.

So I emailed you and said I delayed the unsub purge until June 1.Did I actually do it? Yes. I used my Ooma landline to call Charter around 12:30pm on June 1 before comuting to work that day.

The call took just under 6 minutes to complete.Durring the conversation with a woman,she only asked what channels do I watch?When I stated that I just don't need cable and mainly everything I watch is on the internet,she asked no more questions and preceded to process me for cancelling cable.

She did towards the end of the call become seemingly condescending as she stated my bill would only go down from $101.00 with the double bundle to $68.00 with just 60mbps internet.

I asked her why the internet was now $68.00 when it use to be $60.00 a month as of last year? She informed me Charter had raised prices as of February.When she asked me what day did I want cable service to end? I stated June 3.

I requested the 3rd as I had off of work on the 2nd and wanted to answer some questions I had with traditional cable and watch some recordings on the dvr before it all shut down 1AM CST on the 3rd.

Also,I placed my Hulu subscription on hiatus for 90 days as I'm taking the summer off and evaluating if I need it with Netflix and Amazon.

Finally,I'm one of those rare and getting more rare by the day traditional local paper subscribers.I signed up for 9.99 digital annual subscription vs the $149.99 for the Wednesday and Sunday paper.As I was billed for traditional paper for 3 months on May 29.I decided not to get a refund and August 30 will be my last paper.Did I continue subscribing to the paper after my mother's death 3 years ago for getting news? Not really.I've always been a fan of the comic section.I discovered I get 40 comic strips in 1 edition vs 40 tabs in a browser.Who needs more then 8gb of ram in a pc indeed.

Questions I had with cable on the last day.What channels did I get with my subscription? I honestly didn't know for close to 8 months I received BBC America and the Outdoor Channel.Those channels were always on what's known as digital tier 1.I was surprised to discover things reversed. Turner Classic Movies was always included with basic cable.Now it's on the premium digital tier 1 and BBC America is on the basic tier.

I had wondered why I was getting new Doctor Who on demand.Thought it was a mistake like with HBO on my Roku 3.For some reason HBO Go still works even though I was never a subscriber or received a free promo from Charter.

As for outdoor channel.I don't hunt and haven't fished in years.So why would I care? Because the channel guide showed me a film starring James Coburn I never saw. Called ""Duck You Sucker"" .I recored it and watched it before the DVR service ended.It was a really good spaghetti western.It had some great real explosions.And the digital restoration was superb.Definitely added the blu-ray to my Amazon wish list.

So in summary,I was taken for a ride when I re-subscribed to cable.But overall I don't have regrets.With cable,your paying to be first in line.But if you don't have the time,it's just not worth it.And frustrating when you want to watch a recording and the cable DVR will only play on the local connected tv only.

When my DVR shutdown,I had 6 episodes of Super Girl,The Flash,and Arrow totaling 18 episodes now streaming on Netflix.

- David


2017 Summer Movie Draft


AuthorTom Merritt
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Verizon gets into over the top streaming, Facebook dropping thousands, and people don’t like cable companies. With special guest Ron Richards.

CordKillers: Ep. 172 - Cordkilling Purgatory
Recorded: May 29 2017
Guest: Ron Richards

Intro Video

Primary Target

  • Verizon CEO confirms company’s plan to launch a streaming TV service
    - Verizon’s acquisition of Yahoo is expected to close mid-June
    - Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam expects to use the Combined Yahoo-AOL, which will be called Oath, to “test out an over the top service.”
    - This would be different than Go90.
    - Verizon is paying the NFL some $21 million for rights to the Sept. 24 regular-season game between the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars in London, and the telco will stream the game live across its portfolio of video platforms including AOL, Yahoo, Fios TV, Go90 and

How to Watch

  • Facebook signs BuzzFeed, Vox, others for original video shows
    - Sources tell Reuters Facebook has signed deals with Vox Media, BuzzFeed, ATTN, Group Nine Media and others to make shows. A new video service from Facebook would have long and short-form content with ad breaks. Scripted shows would run 20-30 minutes and unscripted shows range 5- 10 minutes long. Facebook is supposedly paying up to $250,000 for the longer shows and between 10 and 35,000 for the shorter episodes. Shows will premiere exclusively on Facebook but run on creators sites after a period of time.

What to Watch

What We're Watching

Front Lines

  • Netflix is bringing Ellen DeGeneres back to standup
    - Netflix posted on Twitter to Ellen Degeners “Looks like it's been 15 years since you did a stand-up special, @TheEllenShow. How about one for Netflix?” She replied “Let me think about it. OK I’m in.” In an official statement Ellen sais she’s writing it now and will let folks know where and wen it will be recorded.
  • Netflix cancels Baz Luhrmann’s ‘The Get Down’
    - Netflix will not give Baz Luhrman’s The Get Down another season. It’s unusual for Netflix to cancel shows especially after only one season.
  • The Cable TV Industry Is Getting Even Less Popular
    - A survey from the American Customer Satisfaction index found that cable operators and ISPs tied for last place with an average customer satisfaction rating of 64%. That’s down 1.5 percentage points for cable. Wireless carriers improved 3 points to 73%. Comcast was near the bottom at 58% down six points just above Mediacom’s 56%. Verizon FiOS was top of TV services at 71%. The top-ranked industries in this year's survey were makers of television and video players at 87%, and soft drink makers at 84%.
  • Almost every adult still watches TV the old-fashioned way
    - Nielsen’s numbers show 92 percent of those older than 18 watch television on a TV. And 82.1% of total minutes of TV watched last year were watched on a TV. Computers, phones and tablets made up less than 8 percent of total viewing time.
  • Jon Stewart isn’t doing an animated HBO show anymore
    - Jon Stewart’s four year deal to create animated shorts for HBO has been shelved. A joint statement said “technical issues in terms of production and distribution that proved too difficult given the quick turnaround and topical nature of the material.” HBO and Stewart said in their statement that they’re now working to develop new projects, “which you will be hearing about in the near future.”
  • Twitter for Apple TV adds live, 360 degree video and Periscope’s global map
    - Twitter updated its Apple TV app to include support for Periscope’s Global Map and the ability to watch live 360-degree videos. Viewers use the Apple TV remote to navigate the 360-degree videos.

Dispatches from the Front

Hey, guys. Just have a couple of questions about all of the proxy banning going on.
I'm an American, living in America, with an American debit card and accounts that were all set up without anonymization. I just got DD-WRT set up on a new router so I could run openVPN and anonymize my traffic without breaking things like Google Cast and wifi direct by running VPN clients on individual machines.
I had forgotten, however, that Hulu and Amazon Prime are blocking proxies and VPNs with startling aggression. While my Netflix still works, it's only a matter of time for that one as well.
I'm wondering what the logic is to so aggressively blocking VPNs, especially on accounts that have all the markers of being American except a verifiable IP address (I typically use a Florida server).
Am I expected to give up the only thing really protecting my online privacy, and my data, just because Hulu and Amazon Prime want to use a butcher knife instead of a scalpel to solve their (arguably) imaginary VPN problem?

- Dean




Hi Guys and possible Guest,

I finally did it, I cut the cable. I still had to keep the phone to keep my modem free for my internet. (Keeping the phone makes my bill $85 vs $89 but it was $156}

Now comes the next step. What services do I want to go with. So in Jun, I'm doing Playstation, July might be Sling if Playstation doesn't work out. August will either be YouTube or Hulu. [Leaning more towards Youtube if it gets to Omaha]

My question is about these services and which is GeoLocked to the home and which ones aren't. My daughter is quite used to watching Hulu and Youtube, when at work or her Dad's all of which is in my same city. Do we have any information on these two and if they tv options can be watched out of the home?

- Nicky





Hey guys,

As one that lives just slightly out of reach of high speed broadband (100mb/s stops 3/4 of a mile down the road from me). I use a 4G wireless router in the house with 2mb/s download.

With limited bandwith but still having a household of people fighting for the bits, I was curious if you could point me to streaming services that best accomodate.

My personal anecdotal experience:

Netflix the best as it seemlessly buffers and downres's to fit the stream without ever a hiccup for me.
Youtube second as it allows me to several different res options that I can pick manually if I experience trouble.
Hulu next as it is usually consistent but very limited options for res changes if I experience problems.
Crackle, same experience as Hulu but the limited show options cause me to rank lower.
Vudu, worst for me, always defaults back to HD res, tends to freeze up when I switch to SD. Even at SD, I have to disconnect every cell phone, game devise and computer from network to stream.

Just thoughts from one of the majority in this country not on Gigabit fiber.

- Joe




Hi Killers,

With the arrival of "American Gods" on Starz I decided to try the service with their 7 day free trial. I quickly decided that there was nothing else on Starz that I cared about watching. Also, their Android app provided a really poor experience. So I decided to take Brian's advice and look at this logically. I have no great need to watch this series live. I cancelled Starz. Instead, I will wait until it's offered for purchase. I might have to wait a year. Oh well. As you both often point out, there is plenty of fun stuff to watch in the meantime.

Been a fan and supporter since the beginning. You guys make me laugh, which is reason enough to continue. Love. The. Show.

- Lisa





Hey Guys,

Talking about ESPN for sports is almost like talking about MTV for music. While ESPN has a lot of shows ABOUT sports, they don't actually air that many games.

I am fully against them counting eyeballs in bars towards their numbers. Most bars have ESPN talk shows on throughout the day that no one is actually watching because, really, what else are they going to put on when there are no local sports games playing. I think that stacking the numbers like this will give them leverage to keep charging their obnoxiously high fees which will in turn keep all of the cable rates, and potentially streaming service rates, high.

I love your show and never miss an episode, but whenever there is a sports question and you guys bring up ESPN, I cringe. I am a huge sports fan and I wouldn't even notice if someone removed ESPN and all of its channels from whatever service I was paying for at the time.

Your boss and long-time fan,
- Ryan



2017 Summer Movie Draft

AuthorTom Merritt

Facebook and still commissioning content, ESPN combines all its numbers into one, and Viacom tries the anti-sports angle. With special guest Fraser Cain.

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CordKillers: Ep. 171 - Cherry Pope Zero
Recorded: May 22 2017
Guest: Fraser Cain

Intro Video

Primary Target

  • Facebook is delaying the launch of its original videos until the end of summer
    - We’ve talked before about Facebook’s plans for original shows, first expected in April then mid-June and now ReCode reports they’ve been put off to July or August. How are we feelling about social networks becoming video channels?
  • Talking With Viacom, NBC for Original Shows
    - Bloomberg says is talking to Viacom and NBC about making original shows that encourage community participation. The video would focus beyond music on things like comedy and sports.
  • Facebook adds weekly MLB games to its streaming slate
    - Facebook announced a deal with Major League Baseball to stream a game every Friday for 20 weeks with no blackout restrictions. The first stream being the Colorado Rockies and Cincinnati Reds. Twitter also offers occasional Friday night baseball streams, but those games are subject to regional blackout.
  • Facebook will stream live 'Counter-Strike' eSports events
    - ESL will bring 5,500 hours of esports content to Facebook, with about 1,500 of that exclusive to the platform. That content includes the elite Rank S Counter-Strike: Global Offensive matches as well as ESL One and Intel Extreme Masters events. An original 30-minute Facebook Live series that will look back at CS:GO match highlights.

How to Watch

  • ESPN Cable Decline Has it Searching for Cable Subscribers
    - ESPN will offer a single viewership number combining traditional cable and satellite with live streams and “out of home” viewers like bars and restaurants. (in partnership with Nielsen)
    - ESPN estimated this would have boosted its Q1 numbers 12%
    - Estimated to have lost 12 mm subs since 2011
  • Viacom’s Bob Bakish: Entertainment-Only Pay TV Option Coming This Year
    - Variety says Viacom CEO Bob Bakish told J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Telecom conference in Boston that Viacom is in advanced t
    - alks with one pay TV company to be part of a sports-free entertainment pack for $10-$20 a month. Last month Bloomberg reported AMC and Discovery were also potentially part of the bundle.

What to Watch

What We're Watching

Front Lines

Dispatches from the Front

New boss here. After listening to the show and realizing that I could switch to playstation vue and still watch sports I decided to make the leap. After an hour on the phone and an hour in the comcast office I am now saving $95 a month and still watching everything I was before. Thanks for everything you do!

- Robby




Brian's cable fig leaf is showing!
Hulu subscribers who add-on Showtime can authenticate with their Hulu credentials on Showtime's Anytime App and see LIVE Showtime. Twin Peaks is not only 21st century entertainment, it is being viewed in 21st century ways.

- Steve from Too Much Scrolling




Hey Cordkillers team!

That PBS Kids streaming stick sounds incredible. I just messaged it to my wife, and her immediate response is "that would be fantastic in the car". Our van has in in-car entertainment system with an hdmi port. The preloaded content means we wouldn't have to stream it, and use phone data on a long drive.

We'll get one and test it as soon as cashflow allows!

- Mitch.




Hey guys,
I've been a long time listener and love the show. I finally signed up to support the show via Patreon.
I am probably the furthest thing from a cord cutter. I have accounts with DirecTV at home, Xfinity X1 at a rental property where I also have my 'man cave' , and Dish Network at our Lake House. Yeah....I've got a problem. Your show does a great job keeping me informed of what's going on and I get a LOT of value from it.
I'm glad I've signed on with Patreon and hope to remain a supporter for a long time.
Need to listen to Spoilerin' Time 170 to hear what Brian thinks of American Gods.....I dropped HBO at the Lake House to sign on with Starz to watch this. I'm not sure what to think.
I am loving The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu. Thanks for that heads up.
Keep up the good work!
Your newest boss,
- Cole




Hello Cordkillers,

Long time listener and OG boss Aaron Martinez here. Thank you for all of your years of dedication to the cause! I've lived without cable in the past, but for most of my adult life I've lived with people who have insisted on having tv service. Recently, my wife had been watching more and more Netflix and getting more and more frustrated with managing our DirecTV DVR. She finally came around and actually started pressuring me to call and cancel our service! Like the listener who wrote in last week, I was dreading making the call and dealing with the high pressure retention tactics, but I'm happy to report I was able to cancel in less than 10 minutes, including hold time! My strategy was actually very similar to what Brian suggested on your recent episode.

I called on the last day of my billing cycle to avoid any future payments. This happened to be a Friday in the middle of the month.

I called on my lunch break so I could use my office land line instead of my cell phone. This happened to be 12:30 PM Central.

I followed the steps from GetHuman to try and get to a live agent quickly:

My hold time was less than 1 minute. I'm not sure if I just happened to call at the right time or it was a magic combination of steps from GetHuman that got me through quickly.

I informed the first agent that I needed to cancel my service because I switched to our local cable provider when they offered me a great deal. This was a little white lie, but I wanted to have a firm reason for cancelling and used the past tense to clarify that the decision was already made. I was able to remain vague enough to avoid my bluff being called.

I was quickly transferred to a retention agent where I repeated the above statement. I was pressed for details but my response each time was some variation of a polite answer followed by "I've already switched and just need to cancel my service today."

For example:
Q: Which provider are you switching to?
A: Cox, but I don't think that's relevant because I already switched and just need to cancel my service today.

Q: Ok. It's nothing personal, I just want to make sure we have a chance to offer you a better deal. What kind of prices did Cox offer you?
A: Actually my wife set that up so I'm not really sure but I really just need to cancel my service today.

Q: Ok. I'm prepared to offer you X, Y, and Z for a really great deal.
A: Thank you, that's a great offer, but I've already switched and just need to cancel my service today.

Another little life hack I use is in these situations is to try and keep a smile on my face throughout the conversation. Even though they can't see me, it helps me remain polite and avoid my naturally tendency toward sarcastic snark. After just a few rounds of repitition, the agent realized she didn't have a chance, her tone changed from upbeat to begrudging, and she very quickly cancelled the service and gave me the details of how to return my equipment. So now I'm finally an offical cordkiller and DirecTV actually owes me a few dollars in account credit! Obviously, hold times may vary, but I hope others can use this technique to cancel painlessly.

- Aaron


2017 Summer Movie Draft

AuthorTom Merritt