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Re: MOD

Postby RJF » 22 Jun 2012, 17:08

Ain't it wunnerful to be wanted.
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Re: MOD

Postby Belgian Pie » 22 Jun 2012, 18:16

k.k. wrote:Wow, Chung-Hwa is really trying to push their MOD on me. They call my home phone, my cell phone, send me stuff in the mail, over and over. I've told them I have a high-end cable package from my cable provider and that getting MOD would really only duplicate what channels are already out there. Still, they try.


High-end cable package? Such things exist in Taiwan? ... cable in Sanxia is crap! MOD is the way to go here.
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Re: MOD

Postby tcarnagan » 23 Jun 2012, 01:24

Belgian Pie wrote:
k.k. wrote:Wow, Chung-Hwa is really trying to push their MOD on me. They call my home phone, my cell phone, send me stuff in the mail, over and over. I've told them I have a high-end cable package from my cable provider and that getting MOD would really only duplicate what channels are already out there. Still, they try.


High-end cable package? Such things exist in Taiwan ... cable in Sanxia is crap! MOD is the way to go here.


Also interested in what is 'high-end cable' in Taiwan. I'm with BPie that MOD is pretty darn good! Locals say it is a lot of older programming, but for channels in English it is great I think! Wish they would get CNN, can only take so much FoxNews......
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Re: MOD

Postby k.k. » 23 Jun 2012, 13:40

There's a variety of cable package choices from my provider in Taipei, Jyng Pyng Cable. I chose the one with most of the foreign channels. We get various Discovery channnels, various National Geographic, 4 or 5 HBO movie channels, ASN Sports, Universal, Diva, Sci-fi, BIO, CI, Fox Crime, Fox, etc., etc. If you really want to see all the available channels, go to their website. It's basically the same stuff that Chung-Hwa is offering with MOD, but with a few more that MOD don't offer. Should be a good bet to go with one or the other, but I just chuckle at their sales people there at Chung-Hwa, trying ever few months to sell me something I essentially already have. I tell them this each time, and we repeat the process over and over again. :lol:
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Re: MOD

Postby Belgian Pie » 23 Jun 2012, 15:21

There is Taipei ... and the rest of Taiwan ... that says it all!
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Re: MOD

Postby RJF » 23 Jun 2012, 15:35

k.k. wrote:There's a variety of cable package choices from my provider in Taipei, Jyng Pyng Cable... If you really want to see all the available channels, go to their website...

And... (drum roll, please), their website address is....

(Note: Googling did not return it.)
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Re: MOD

Postby k.k. » 24 Jun 2012, 10:29

RJF wrote:
k.k. wrote:There's a variety of cable package choices from my provider in Taipei, Jyng Pyng Cable... If you really want to see all the available channels, go to their website...

And... (drum roll, please), their website address is....

(Note: Googling did not return it.)

http://www.kbro.com.tw/mso_index.aspx?B=1
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Re: MOD

Postby Belgian Pie » 30 Jun 2012, 20:41

New channel ... 180 EuroSport ...

http://asia.eurosport.com/
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Re: MOD

Postby ceevee369 » 30 Jun 2012, 22:01

Belgian Pie wrote:New channel ... 180 EuroSport ...

http://asia.eurosport.com/


WTF - my Eurosport via MOD should broadcast the Tour currently but they show Athletics. ?? :raspberry:
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Re: MOD

Postby Aboriginal girl » 01 Jul 2012, 02:24

ceevee369 wrote:
Belgian Pie wrote:New channel ... 180 EuroSport ...

http://asia.eurosport.com/


WTF - my Eurosport via MOD should broadcast the Tour currently but they show Athletics. ?? :raspberry:


Because MOD doesn't have Eurosport Asia it has Eurosport PACIFIC http://tv.au.eurosport.com/ so no Tour De France on that. :oops:
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