1. Kelly khon on November 1, 2019 at 8:26 pm

    Why can’t we get wow in the paddock lake subdivision?
    Frontier seems to have monopolized this area and with terrible service and speeds yet charging us a premium did nothing. Have talked to wow and was told that when the subdivision was built there was an agreement with the developers that only frontier could be here. I would think the friendship could insist that if they are running out in all the Village than they should have to run it here also

  2. Lawrence Redmond on November 3, 2019 at 4:13 pm

    Might be time to pull the plug, on the TV anyway. WOW isn’t worth the monthly bill now, but every year they jump another 10 bucks. Crappy signal, Poor Quality DVR.. We are on our second DVR and it doesn’t work right. You call them and get Bullshit. We get low tier internet speed, and second tier TV for 170 bucks, now they want to tack on another 10.. and it hasn’t even been a year. they added 10 bucks back in March.

    A Service rep was here 2 weeks ago checking lines. I told him about our crappy signal on the TV. He said “HUHhhhh” and that was it.

    Time to switch to the antenna on the roof, Netflix and Fire TV.., say bye bye to WOW TV….

    • Ronald Bradley on February 26, 2020 at 9:54 pm

      One thing to look at. In that increase how much is the township or village gets in franchise fee increases.

      • Al Cavasin on March 3, 2020 at 1:29 pm

        Hey, Ron! Good to hear from you… I just went through the books and checked – we (the township) rake in a whopping $800.00 per year in franchise fees! If we were to eliminate them we could all take a vacation to Cancun or somewhere! Actually that figures out to about $0.44 per household. So, no, not going to make much difference no matter what…

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