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RE: ACC Network Launch Set
(09-07-2019 09:47 AM)quo vadis Wrote:  Good News!

I read the other day that my cable provider, COX, had signed on with the ACCN, so this morning I scrolled through my channel guide here in Baton Rouge and lo and behold, not only was the ACCN now listed, it turns out it is in the same tier as the other ESPN channels, so I don't have to pay extra for it.

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Yup. Today is the first game I wanted to see---but will miss due to the new ACC Network not being on ATT-Uverse. Kinda sucks. Im hoping it gets picked up---but I see little reason for optimism as this point. Comcast and ATT-Uverse are the only real options where Im located---unless I want to cut the cord. The problem with cutting the cord, is there is no streaming option for the local pro RSN that has all the Astros and Rockets games.
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RE: ACC Network Launch Set
(09-07-2019 11:38 AM)Attackcoog Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 09:47 AM)quo vadis Wrote:  Good News!

I read the other day that my cable provider, COX, had signed on with the ACCN, so this morning I scrolled through my channel guide here in Baton Rouge and lo and behold, not only was the ACCN now listed, it turns out it is in the same tier as the other ESPN channels, so I don't have to pay extra for it.

USF @ Georgia Tech baby!

04-cheers

Yup. Today is the first game I wanted to see---but will miss due to the new ACC Network not being on ATT-Uverse. Kinda sucks. Im hoping it gets picked up---but I see little reason for optimism as this point. Comcast and ATT-Uverse are the only real options where Im located---unless I want to cut the cord. The problem with cutting the cord, is there is no streaming option for the local pro RSN that has all the Astros and Rockets games.
Fubo TV has AT&T sportsnet Houston but they dont offer ESPN networks. You would have to double dip which might be a little pricey at $90/month minium with Sling and Fubo Combo
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RE: ACC Network Launch Set
I'm stuck in a contract with Comcast that goes till next year. My first choice (Frontier FIOS) doesn't have the ACC network either. The two of them are the only viable internet options. Needless to say, I won't be watching FSU play. I can get the Pac12 and B1G networks (in the same package with Red Zone) but not the channel for a conference with two schools in my state without streaming.
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