Moving to BlueCurve TV from regulat Gateway

winterpeg
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Hi Everyone:

I have had the XG1-A Gateway for at least 4 years with 2 additional Arris units. I am not sure what I am continuing to pay for. I get a rebate on the Gateway($15 a month), but pay $10 a month($5 each) for the Arris units. The remotes on all of the units are the originals and are pretty beat up. I also have Gig Internet with the new Xb7 modem.

Should I be on BlueCurve TV?

Do I still have to pay for the equipment? Your assistance is appreciated. I an on a value plan for the Internet and a month to month on the TV.

Thanks

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shaw-ada
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@winterpeg We'd recommend you reach out to our account specialists to discuss an equipment upgrade. Thanks! 

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These are all questions for a Shaw agent. I will say that...

rickatk
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@winterpeg wrote:

Hi Everyone:

I have had the XG1-A Gateway for at least 4 years with 2 additional Arris units. I am not sure what I am continuing to pay for. I get a rebate on the Gateway($15 a month), but pay $10 a month($5 each) for the Arris units. The remotes on all of the units are the originals and are pretty beat up. I also have Gig Internet with the new Xb7 modem.

Should I be on BlueCurve TV?

Do I still have to pay for the equipment? Your assistance is appreciated. I an on a value plan for the Internet and a month to month on the TV.

Thanks


These are all questions for a Shaw agent. I will say that having a Blue curve account and adding Google TV dongles is an interesting alternative to renting a bunch of XB boxes. They have worked great for my summer accounts. Not to sure casting is ready for prime time hope accounts yet. But looking at my bills, casting might be an option. At any rate have a good hard looks at your options.

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