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What the heck is up with HD channels suddenly not on my subscription?  They were there when the account was new.  I'm not talking about premium channels here.  Two examples of HD channels I'm no longer getting are FX and Travel Channel.  Anyone else have this issue?

 

 

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Mark

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@Mark29 wrote:

What the heck is up with HD channels suddenly not on my subscription?  They were there when the account was new.  I'm not talking about premium channels here.  Two examples of HD channels I'm no longer getting are FX and Travel Channel.  Anyone else have this issue?

 

 

Thanks,

Mark


Unless you are in the NY metro area, these channels are now part of the "Extreme HD" package (which of course costs more).  There are multiple threads about this both here and at DSLREPORTS.COM.

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Was there a mailing or something that indicated channels would be taken away?  I never would have switched from Comcast - seems to me this is bait & switch. 

 

Mark

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