Well, only a kiosk.
Blockbuster shut down their stores in Charlottesville … Redbox is in the Harris Teeter … (even though Hollywood is working against Redbox) I can’t see myself paying (I didn’t before) $4 for a Comcast On-Demand movie now.
Thank you to the reader for pointing this out to me. If you ever have a tip or story idea, please let me know!
Update 31 January 2010:
Just a little bit more on Blockbuster’s kiosks, courtesy of Read Write Web: Blockbuster Kiosks: Still a Bad Idea
From a reader seeking refuge from Comcast’s recent price updates:
I called Verizon and I called Embarq. The Embarq rep I spoke to said they offered phone service but not DSL. Verizon said they did not even have the 22932 zip code in their database so no phone service or DSL.
Im relatively sure that when Embarq was Sprint they offered DSL, but maybe when they spun off local service into Embarq they did away with DSL. Im going to contact their business rep. Sometimes the business side is a bit more efficient.
We mostly left Comcast because of the latest rate increase. I believe we are paying $137 with comcast for a basic cable package with HD channels and DVR..no movie channels plus high speed internet access. The HD routinely messes up during high peak hours
Direct TV is offering a package for $43/month for the first year and then $59.99/mo for the following year. Thats not counting the $80 off the first bill.
If we cant get DSL then we will just stay with comcast internet. They do offer it as a stand alone service.
How odd – Embarq’s website says they offer DSL, and my neighbor has had Embarq for years. But I certainly empathize with him regarding Comcast’s rate increases – they seem to increase every year at rates far in excess of inflation.