Comcast Brings Live Cable TV To The iPad With AnyPlay

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5 responses to “Comcast Brings Live Cable TV To The iPad With AnyPlay”

  1. Jordan Clay says:

    Knowing Comcast there will be a bigger catch,  Like you have to subscribe to a special router, that uses “G” technology at a low monthly rate of $25. Plus you will have to pay an extra service fee and they will charge you for it for 3 full months before they actually grant you access.

    Comcast is the absolute worst cable company there is…I normally block out 2 hours every month to fight with them.

  2. heywally says:

    Sounds fairly worthless, given the weak on-demand content.

    Disclaimer – I really dislike Comcast

  3. Alfiejr says:

    get a Slingbox and watch your home TV inputs (any IR controlled device) anywhere on any computer or mobile device or via Apple TV. it’s been available almost two years now, but tech writers seem totally ignorant about it. so they write these uninformed articles about these pathetically crippled CATV services as if they were something new you couldn’t do before.

  4. Jamal22 says:

    The catch is you must be a “Xfinity HD Triple Play customers”. So you must subscribe to the HD content, and you must be a Triple Play customer too.

    No thanks, I don’t need Comcast phone service.

  5. Brandon Dillon says:

    This is fucked. I live in Nashville, have HD on multiple TV’s, use their internet, but I can’t get this unless I use phone too? I’m a VoIP installer!

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