Amazing what has happened over the past twenty years. It was about that time (1997) when my wife and i flew to Sun City with a new computer for my folks. Wasn't long after that they joined the computer club and soon each of them had their own to play on. It was about that same time while running a local union we were marketing internet dial-up discounts to our members and tried attracting them to participate with a Cyber-Surfing USA Party. Geez, time flies. But back to the question; How/who do you buy your internet connection and television/cable service from? Newcomers are often dismayed to find so little in the way of choices. Cox virtually owns the high speed internet marketplace, with Century Link coming in a distant second. We can't even get Century Link at either home in Phase 2, so Cox pretty much owns us. As far as cable, i prefer Dish, though after this week, i may have to readjust my thoughts. We just switched over at the other house and when i meet them this afternoon there it will be 6 times in the past 10 days. We'll see. I know some folks have in fact cut the cord and are using special rabbit ears for local channels and then buying Huiu, Amazon Prime or Netflicks for special programing. Way cheaper in the long run and you are not paying for 200 channels you will never watch. My renter for the month of October carries his own wifi hotspot, and so that is another option available. For new buyers to Sun City, Dish offers new subscribers bundles, but they do it by partnering with Cox for cable and phone. Doesn't work for existing residents who already are Cox users...i know because whenever i get their awesome offers i always find i don't qualify. What is mind numbing to think back a scant 30 years ago and we never got that $170 bill for high speed internet and cable TV. Your phone bill was about $10-$15 a month and the tv plugged in and you paid for the electricity...the antenna on the roof was all you needed. Progress may be great, but it sure is costly.