HDTV might be in its infancy, but the MTS HD package is little more than
With Starchoice, you can get HDTV for free with the purchase of an HD receiver for half the price of the MTS one, AND it doesn't cost you $99 more to install HDTV! What a crock.
I thought you supported MTS on everything, I guess you do agree there are some faults.
SC HD: Free
Shaw Basic HD (Nets): Free
Bell: $10 (way more HD channels for your 10 bucks)
MTS: $4.99 (Nets + SportsNet)
MTS is not being competitive with there pricing considering that:
1) the competition, Shaw's HD is free, with the East Nets
2) They need to get the East Nets, If you watch a show from a seattle station that airs at 10 o clock in Seattle your watching that primetime show at midnight, not primetime anymore, honestly MTS dug there grave introducing HD with the Seattle Nets, should have waited until they could get Detroit or Boston HD feeds.
Here's something interesting, everyone says well with the 2 year contract they waive the $4.99 fee, that is only for the length of the contract, after the 24 months its $4.99 again unless they lock you into another 2 year contract.
Cable, no contracts.