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DIRECTV

Telecommunications
  • 32 ISSUES RESOLVED
  • 11728 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $2.2M CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $913 AVERAGE LOSS
1.7
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  • Picture quality 29
  • 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
  • 135 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $100K CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $2.9K AVERAGE LOSS
1.7
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  • Few games that i got to watch without glitches 4
  • Watching baseball when working 2
  • Clarity of viewing team when on 2
  • Program 1
  • Overall product and their new video player 1

Customers don't like

  • Streaming problems3
  • Misrepresented cost3
  • Interrupted feeds3
  • Fact that their blackout policy is misrepresented3
  • Buffering problems3
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StarkStork
#1489219

After this year's version of MLBTV, I will never think about having Direct TV. Why?

MLBTV has been flooded with D-TV commercials to the point of repulsiveness. I've seen the same commercial 2 times in one inning break constantly - a few times back to back.

I have to wonder if D-TV has bought into MLBTV.That said, the quality of MLBTV is horrendous this year - a blackout area that extends 400 to 1200 miles, a ton of commercials, constant restarts, constant hangs - it's getting very close to being unwatchable for me, a Mets fan in southern New Mexico with an overpriced Comcast ISP.It's only May and if MLBTV doesn't soon begin to improve by catering to the customer instead of Direct TV and other sponsors, this will be my last year with it. It's ridiculous.

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.