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post #3661 of 3664 Old 08-13-2014, 08:05 AM
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I get 100+ Down but only 5-6 up. Quite sad actually. A more balanced approach would be nice. I mean downloading at speeds pushing 100megs is real nice and a time saver for sure but I could do with something more like 50/50 or 60/40 even.

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I came from DSL and was only getting 256k up so 4 meg would be a great improvement. Right now I am only seeing 1 meg if I'm lucky so I wonder if I need to call them about it? They have already been out to the house 3 times since I had it installed last month and they are coming back out again Monday over issues with a cable card install.

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Just curious, did Charter add SEC Network in all markets?

I'm here in the upper Midwest so not SEC Country, but they recently added SEC Network HD and SEC Overflow HD. The odd part for me is that I don't get the channels even though I pay for the Sports View, I'd have to add Digital Tier 1 to get them.

I'm not an SEC sports fan, so not that big of a deal, but it seems like a money grab to me to not just put it on the Sports View. Do people in the SEC country get it in their regular cable package?
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In the SEC states, the SEC Network channels are in the Expanded Basic and Charter TV Select packages; elsewhere, the channels are on the Digi Tier 1 and Charter TV Silver packages.
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