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Directv

Telecommunications
  • 29 ISSUES RESOLVED
  • 10688 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $2M CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $875 AVERAGE LOSS
1.7
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  • Picture quality 28
  • Having tv when it does work 24
  • Service installer was courteous 21
  • Great choice of channels 17
  • Good programming 14

Customers don't like

  • Poor customer service356
  • Evasive billing practices41
  • Broken promises32
  • Not getting issues resolved27
  • Deceptive practices25
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Mlb Tv

Telecommunications
  • 0 ISSUES RESOLVED
  • 89 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $100K CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $4.1K AVERAGE LOSS
1.7
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  • Few games that i got to watch without glitches 4
  • Watching baseball when working 2
  • Program 1
  • Overall product and their new video player 1
  • Online access 1

Customers don't like

  • Streaming problems3
  • Misrepresented cost3
  • Interrupted feeds3
  • Buffering problems3
  • Fact that their blackout policy is misrepresented2
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Anonymous
Douglas, Georgia, United States #1329728

I would not be interested in either one of these services.I love the flexibility of Sling streaming services when it comes to watching baseball.

I can completely manage my account online. January through March, I don't even want cable services.

In April, I turn activate my Sling account to watch Fox Sports mainly ($25/mth).In September I will expand my package to include ESPN ($45/mth) so that I am able to watch college football as well.