We have had Comcast cable television for years and years now. They have always been reliable and have great customer service, too. Any time we ever have any kind of problem, they are very friendly and "bend over backwards" to help.
It has only been recently for me, though, that I have truly come to appreciate Comcast's On Demand feature. How could I have missed this for so long?
On Demand gives us the ability to choose from hundreds of shows that are just waiting for us whenever we are ready to sit down to be entertained for awhile. Whether we are in the mood for a movie, a travel film, a biography, or a network series, there is always something to choose from. When our grandchildren come to visit there are dozens of shows for them from Spongebob cartoons to Thomas the Tank Engine.
We can choose movies that have just been released on DVD, or even movies that are still in theaters - for a price - or we can choose older films that have become free to Comcast subscribers. The pay-per-view feature is more expensive than renting a video, but it is certainly more convenient and can actually save late fees
Also available are miniseries, local features, Food Network selections, choices from the Style channel, Parents TV, Discovery Health, The Learning Channel, History Channel, and on and on.
There is even a Sports and Fitness Channel where, among other things, is the NFL channel where my husband can tune in to his favorite team's Press Pass show to learn the inside story. And there are a ton of exercise selections on this channel as well. So it doesn't always have to be about just sitting around!
In short, I am amazed at all the programming that is available whenever I am with Comcast's On Demand option. Comcast is providing a service that is super convenient for me.
Of course, having cable at all is quite a luxury these days. Comcast's rates, while competitive, are certainly not cheap! To see information about their pricing, and their most recent promotions, visit the Comcast Products page. The On Demand option costs us an extra $10.00 per month, but, to me, it is worth it to be able to catch my favorite shows and watch them on my own time, when my busy schedule permits.