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is there any company that provides real US television in mexico city? I can't do another day of The Nanny or Married with children on american network

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Watch them free on the net and without commercials here

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One more stinkin post to be able to post sites...

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OK, finally I can post sites here....

Try this site: TV Links


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is there any company that provides real US television in mexico city? I can't do another day of The Nanny or Married with children on american network
Mi amiga, who lives in Cueranvaca, that's just south of Mexico City, has cable service with more American TV channels than I get in Pennsylvania! You can always go the satellite route with the local satellite provider. I don't know if Direct TV services your location in Mexico, but I have seen several posts on the forum concerning satellite television and Internet service.

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these cables are illegal and since we are in an apartment building, they do come and check. if it is legal , i would be extremely interested. thanks for the help

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these cables are illegal and since we are in an apartment building, they do come and check. if it is legal , i would be extremely interested. thanks for the help
Does you apartment building permit satellite TV? From what I've read on this and other forums, more than a few expats are opting for satellite service! Should your apartment building permit satellite dishes, I would certainly look at that option.

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there is one.

Nationphone provides 250 american channels in High Definition quality or standard quality.

I love it during my expat in japan.

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Well, what you can get in Japan has nothing to do with what you can get in Mexico.

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I live in Mexico City and we have Sky which offers a lot of American channels. I mostly watch movies so I can't tell you exactly which ones. They have a channel list at sky dot com dot mx.

It also lets you switch dubbed movies back to the original English.


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