just wanted to say how pleased I am
with my recent switch from Bell to
Compton (phone, Internet and TV).
I would highly recommend anybody
considering switching back to cable
to be a wise choice. - Wilf
you cut the cable and find that the
choice they offered wasn't quite as
attractive as it sounded in the
commercial? Are you tired of
the fee increases even when you're
under a contract that only seems to
bind you, not them? How about minimum purchase levels,
and multi-receiver fees? Did it rain hard last night and you lost your signal?
But don't worry, that 45 minutes you spent on hold with your
provider solved the problem, right? No...? The problem
is, thanks to the joys of fine print, a lot of you can't disconnect
without paying a fee of $200 or more. Well, read on, for we have
Compton Communications Satellite Amnesty
We'll trade you a digital
cable box for a similar satellite box, upto a maximum of two (2) (owned boxes at a cost of $1.13 each (tax
* owned boxes only, we cannot accept rental boxes
as an alternative we will give you a programming credit of up to $200 (spread equally
over 12 months) when you show us proof that you paid a
breakage/disconnection fee to dump your satellite service.
Please note that these offers are valid only for new or former TV customers. Proof of
subscription to satellite services is required regardless of use of
$200 disconnection fee credit. Customer must also turn their
satellite dish over to Compton Communications. If the dish is
the property of the satellite company, it must still be removed from
If you have a high-end satellite box such as a
DVR or HD unit,
we'll also look at exchanging it for an equivalent digital box, so
don't be afraid to ask!
For full details of these offers, please contact our office.
Certain restrictions and conditions apply.