Cable Television in State of Virginia

I have just moved to Virginia to take up a new job here and I am pretty shocked that I was given the job. I almost talked myself out of even applying fo rthe job, because I felt like it was such a long shot. But I applied and it worked out, and here I am in, moving into a place in Virginia. I am checking out Cox cable in Virginia to see what sort of prices and deals I can find on cable. I know that I should probably worry about getting my electricity set up and stuff first. But moving is a pain in the butt and I really just want to watch some television and have a couple cold beers. That really sounds nice about now. But I doubt I can get television hooked up in my place tonight.

Regardless, it would be nice to have it sooner than later. I am going to do my best to try to find the best package for what I want in a viewing experience. I mean I watch probably 20 channels consistently but I like to flip around and just see what is on, so the more channels, the better, in my opinion. At the same time, I want to get a good deal, and not have to pay too much fo rmy television service. I have been ripped off before, and at one point, I think I was spending over 200 dollars a month on my cable bill. I had to call and cancel that service because it was just too much for me to handle. It wasn’t worth it either, and I don’t even know how they managed to inflate the bill so much. I will be definitely looking for something cheaper than that this time around.

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Title: Cable Television in State of Virginia
Date Posted: March 2, 2015
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