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Is it easier than ever to watch your favorite TV shows and movies from anywhere, on any device, anytime you want?

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Is it easier than ever to watch your favorite TV shows and movies from anywhere, on any device, anytime you want?

Comcast's web site says "It’s easier than ever to watch your favorite TV shows and movies from anywhere, on any device, anytime you want."

 

Right now my "favorite TV show" is Mets baseball on SNY, "anywhere" is away from my home, "any device" is my iPhone, and "anytime" is now.  But I can't.  Not just that channel, but many others as well are blocked because I am not at home on my Comcast high speed Internet.  What does "from anywhere" mean?

 

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Re: Is it easier than ever to watch your favorite TV shows and movies from anywhere, on any device, anytime you want?

Obviously in your case "from anywhere" means anywhere you are not. Also on "any device" means most Apple and Android devices.  Forget about Windows phones and tablets, and of course Amazon Fire tablets.  It would be much more truthful if they just wrote "from almost anywhere, on almost any device, most of the time you want".  Guess that is not as catchy though.

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Re: Is it easier than ever to watch your favorite TV shows and movies from anywhere, on any device, anytime you want?

When DirecTV OTT becomes available I'm going to give it a try.

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