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 Do you have to pay for DVR through a cable provider?

Answer Cable television subscribers are under no obligation to pay for the use of a digital video recorder (or DVR) through their cable provider. Third-party devices such as TiVo are offered to the gener... Read More »
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If you have insurance through two current employers and the primary is an HMO can you decide to select a provider from the secondary PPO?

Answer IMHO Yes CA Insurance Code 10270.98, but you would only get paid from the HMO Group disability (Health Insurance) policies may provide, among other things, that the benefits payable there... Read More »
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Have a sony 42 inch hd monitor - your cable provider does not offer hdtv at this time is there a way to get another component?

You can always get what's called an `upconverter'. What that does, is convert standard video into a synthetic HDTV signal by using a technique known as line doubling. And no, I don't know off hand ... Read More »
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How to Find Your Cable Provider?

Cable television is a service that brings network and corporate viewing channels to your television through an underground cable. Locating your cable provider is useful when first moving to a new h... Read More »
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How Do I Know Who My Internet Cable Provider Is?

Your Internet cable provider is the company that is physically providing your home or office with its cable Internet connection. This is the company that you send money to every month in order to k... Read More »
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