Originally Posted by Huck
Exactly. I was just pointing out you may already have access to free cable tv no matter where you are in the country.
Huck your point is a good one. I did understand. Last year we had Comcast Internet and very limited TV while in FL and where ever we went Xfinity (Comcast), would attempt to connect at the Internet level, allowing us to access the paid for services, TV and Internet.
I was not clear in my response. When we leave FL we drop our minimal Comcast and switch to our Internet TV, a financial savings because with extended travel, we don't maintain Comcast during our travels but always our smartphones.
As we head to Newfoundland my smart phone serves as our Internet hotspot in the USA and Canada and allows me to to do Internet TV without data penalty or data charges.
Certainly Internet and TV on the road is changing rapidly. For our first years we had a flip phone that connected us to the Internet, very slowly connected I might add. Sixteen years we're connected to the world at speeds 1000 times faster. We used to connect to TV through a dish to a satellite some 22,000 miles above the surface of the earth, having to set it up every night. Now I have TV whenever I want, watching shows on my schedule.
It's hard for us older guys and gals to keep up with the changes but they are amazing.