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    How much for an HD receiver from Comcast?


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      Does anyone know how much it's going to cost us to get a HD receiver from Comcast? We just bought a new HDTV. It has HDMI so we'd like to connect it with HDMI.

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      It can depend on where you live. I believe a straight HD box is in the 9.95 to 10.95 range. An HD with DVR is in the 15.95 to 16.95 range. These are per month, of course.

     

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