Attention Halifax (and area) readers: I have a double pass to the new Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher to give away!
The sneak preview screening is at 7pm on Monday, August 12th at Empire Theatres Bayers Lake.
I will announce the winner on Sunday at noon. Please only enter if you are sure you will be able to make it, as the timeline is very tight to announce the winner and get a hold of you!
To enter, you just have to:
- Like HalifaxTech on Facebook or follow @HalifaxTech on Twitter. You can also do both of these very easily in the sidebar ->
- Tweet to HalifaxTech or post on the Facebook page telling us your favourite Apple product, or why you want to see the film.
- That’s it! Good luck!
If you already follow or like HalifaxTech, you’re good to go. Just tweet or post to complete your entry!
In Halifax, there are two major players when it comes to home internet and television services: EastLink and Bell Aliant. There are a few other options, but this series of posts will concentrate on the two main providers in the area.
Both companies offer packages that include high-speed internet, home telephone, and television services with HD and PVR options. They both offer various packages that contain different internet speeds, channel packages, calling features, and so forth. And, confusingly, both offer packages that are more and less expensive than a similar package offered by the other. So, which one should you choose? Unfortunately, it’s not a simple decision. Over the next four posts, I’ll take a look at all the options and hopefully by the end, it’ll be just a bit easier to make that call.
For perspective, I spoke with several people from the region, as well as representatives from both companies – Jill Laing from EastLink, and Christine Manore from Bell Aliant.
The four parts will be:
- Part One – Local, Bundling, and Contracts
- Part Two – Television Service
- Part Three – Internet Service
- Part Four – Conclusion
So, let’s get started.