This Is our Village

Tuesday, April 4, 2017


Atlantic Broadband, the way of Century Village's Future.

Gee Linus, I'd hate to give up on my ol' faithful TV set, But times are changing and sooner or later you just have to change with them.

Get more, pay less, Isn't that what EVERYONE in the Village wants? The best quality, they most programming, the best service, FOR THE LOWEST PRICE???? So what is the issue? it's a no - brainer. Atlantic Broadband has it all.  MORE CHANNELS, More Premium Movie Channels, FREE SERVICE CALLS.
Face it, Sooner than later you will be getting a new TV and getting rid of that beast in your living room and bedroom. Wouldn't it be nicer being able to use all the features built in now? Forget comcast... they want you to pay $62+ for internet service if you aren't signed up initially and if you are a snowbird and shut it off even if you had signed up, you get charged the 62+ after you return. Comcast=A LOUSY DEAL. 

1 comment:

  1. Nice cartoon and agreed, Bob. Unlike Comcast, Atlantic Broadband (AB) gives you Internet for only $21.99 a month with none of the tricky business. Someone who doesn't want Internet today CAN START IT A YEAR OR MORE FROM NOW, and all our snowbirds can shut it down AND NOT HAVE TO PAY for the six months they are not here. The price stays the same. No jump to that outrageous $62.30 if you make a false move. And no requiring our barely-functioning associations (some of them); or our oft-beleaguered, understaffed UCO; or our management companies to do all the record-keeping.

    I'll save $20/month on my Internet and another $20 on telephone (now both with AT&T). Not everyone wants a landline phone but some, like me, do. And we'll all get HBO—and Turner Classics! I wonder about C-Span 1 and 2. I HOPE we get them. Do you know, Dave Israel?


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