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Pay per season pass...

by crowflies / March 1, 2006 10:15 PM PST

I want a cable/satellite DVR plan that i pay per the season pass that i subscribe to. Anymore, the only TV that i watch is a season pass that i set up on my TIVO. I used to be for the pay ala carte (pay only for the channels that you want) but now, i dont care about that, i want a specific show on a specific channel. So let me pay for just the show or just the season pass. (I know this is just like Itunes with Lost and all that, but having it through my Directv is so convenient and easy)

I have about 12 season passes that i watch, i'd pay 20 bucks each for the year. That turns out to be about 16 bucks a month!! thats what i am talkin about. I get only what i want, and pay for only what i want.

this is an old topic i know, but its just applied to cable/satellite providers.

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