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PS Vue was too expensive for me. I've been using DTVNow since its launch in 2017 it had his hiccups but lately it's been stable before DTVNow had SlingTV. only reason I switched to DTVNow was MLBNetwork 

 

 

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PS Vue was too expensive for me. I've been using DTVNow since its launch in 2017 it had his hiccups but lately it's been stable before DTVNow had SlingTV. only reason I switched to DTVNow was MLBNetwork 

 

The DVR sucks. Maybe you don’t use it much?

 

 

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The DVR sucks. Maybe you don’t use it much?

 

I still use VCR is that tells you much?

 

jokes asides you're right I don't use their DVR as often. most of the times if missed a show i would watch it on-demand from their Library or directly from the network

 

 

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I still use VCR is that tells you much?

 

jokes asides you're right I don't use their DVR as often. most of the times if missed a show i would watch it on-demand from their Library or directly from the network

 

Yeah that was my main issue with it. The DVR sucks and I need a reliable DVR. It would either not record a show at all or record a different show I didn't ask it to record.

 

 

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I use YouTubeTV. I have zero complaints about it. I absolutely love it.

 

The only concern for me there is they replace the DVR content with VOD fast I read especially CBS shows. I detest commercials and don't want to be forced to watch them if other services have a DVR that doesn't do that.

 

 

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I use YouTubeTV. I have zero complaints about it. I absolutely love it.

 

Looking at the channels now and it has a good bit more than Hulu Live. Considering it ...

 

I do like Hulu's on demand library but could probably just get the $9/mo one.

 

 

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Looking at the channels now and it has a good bit more than Hulu Live. Considering it ...

 

I do like Hulu's on demand library but could probably just get the $9/mo one.

 

Good thing about all of them is the lack of a contract, can switch back and forth monthly.

 

 

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Good thing about all of them is the lack of a contract, can switch back and forth monthly.

 

Indeed.

 

Although ... Hulu's On Demand stuff is pretty much entirely from the networks they provide. Does YouTube TV also have that? Say for a show on ABC that I'd want to watch.

 

 

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