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I was entering channels last night looking for Olympic coverage even though I know I only pay for the very basic cable TV package, and much to my amazement I now have expanded basic! I have no idea when or how that might have happened, and I'm a little afraid to see my next bill, but for now, I have 70-some channels instead of the 30-some I normally can view! The only thing I can figure is this is the free service advertised because it took several visits to fix the problem with my internet (which, by the way, was never actually fixed by anyone who came, it just started working again) rather than it being fixed on the first one. Whatever it is, my TV viewing possibilities at 3am when I'm not sleeping have expanded greatly, and I love it!

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