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  1. Sony 29 Inch Tube TV

    Sony WEGA Trinitron 29 inch TV model KV-29FS120. While it's pretty old it has had limited use in our casita and still has a good picture. Asking price $1,500 pesos. Four inputs on the TV are component (5 cables), 2-composite (3 cables), composite with S-video.
  2. IS SHAW TV DOWN?

    After the outage in upper Ajijic :400am - 2:PM or so now my Shaw says "Network Down" Does that mean just me or everyone? I really could use some R & R with TV! My TV guy does not answer on weekends.
  3. Sky number

    Does anyone have the local number for a Sky TV distributor/installer? Thanks...Mick
  4. TV Geo-Restriction

    I've never tried this service but love the Gizmag newsletter from where I found this offer. It seems like a good concept and a good price. Has anyone tried the GetFlix service? Getflix: Lifetime Subscription Don't Let a Little Geo-Restriction Stand Between You & Your Favorite Show $39 $855 95% off Watching Hulu or other streaming services can unfortunately be difficult while traveling outside the US. Rather than bypass these restrictions with the help of a complex and slow VPN, choose a faster and simpler solution with Getflix. Instead of rerouting all your Internet traffic through a different server, this handy service only routes the traffic needed so you can still enjoy top Internet speeds. Getflix unblocks more than 100 streaming channels around the world so you can watch movies, TV, sports, and more wherever life may take you. https://store.gizmag.com/sales/getflix-lifetime-subscription?utm_source=Gizmag+Subscribers&utm_campaign=f42e0ed001-UA-2235360-4&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_65b67362bd-f42e0ed001-91880233 I also found some reviews that might be of interest, albeit from Australia: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2164199
  5. Received the snippet below in an ad via my e-mail today supposedly because I subscribe to USTVNow. I know nothing of the company or their service or reliability, and just tossing it out for your research and diligence if Internet TV is of interest. The price seems quite reasonable. For just 10.99 per month you can access over 200 tv channels, every sports event in full hd, as well as complete coverage of your favourite tv shows on all of your streaming media devices. Using the coupon code "ustvnow" you can also enjoy more of a discount! Don't forget you will need to make a brand new account at www.TVHDStreaming.com
  6. TV crisis !!!!!

    Moved into a rental today. The house is in crisis because we only have basic cable with no box. It's going to be tough to watch CNN et al. Any ideas ? Can I beg, borrow or somehow get a box and upgrade the cable for a month and then return the box ??? No satellite. I would appreciate any thoughts. My house in in lower Ajijic. Thanks.
  7. Still hearing weird things. Someone at LCS told me that in order to get a phone, I have to do it through Telmex. Actually, after hearing all the bad reports for Telecable, was thinking of going with them anyway! But wondering if I might buy the 10 maps with telmex
  8. My wife and I are moving to Ajijic in a couple of weeks, renting a 2 bedroom near Ajijic centro for a year. I see that most rentals have property tax included, some have some utilities included, and a few maybe all. To help us budget and bargain, we'd appreciate knowing some ballpark figures for expenses we might run up to keep the household running. Such as: Electricity? Propane (Is this what's commonly used for cooking)? Water (for potable H2O I figure we'll buy those big bottles)? Wi-fi? Land phone line? We won't need TV cable or a dish if all we do is stream through our laptop--and that's possible--right? Some places advertise that they have internet available. What's the value of this? Also, some rental listings include maid and/or gardener every 2 weeks. What is this service usually valued at? My sense is that all these expenses might add up to about $150/month. Does that seem about right, generally speaking? I've read about some of the unexpected adventures one might have when paying bills--we're just interested here in attaching some dollar or peso value to what we'll be paying. Thanks for your help.
  9. We're interested in English-language satellite TV here at lakeside -- especially with lots of HD movie channels. Suggestions, please? (We're already aware of the service that goes by the name of the boss, Francine.) Thanks, Greg Weeks
  10. Shaw Service

    I would like to share Shaw service with anyone with an existing contract. Have dish and receiver. Prefer private party rather than someone in the business.
  11. Star Choice

    Someone has offered me their Star Choice service, but looking back at old posts, it sounds like Star Choice no longer exists lakeside. I'm new here and becoming very confused about what cable and satellite TV options really exist here. Same topic ... Is Telecable the only service that bundles television and internet? Thanks!
  12. Is anyone else having a satellite problem today with Dish? We can get some channels, but not ESPN and a few others. Khof
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