The company said Ars it was now “TVPA compliant”, but with a disclaimer that it could not guarantee compatibility or offer support for customer-owned hardware.
The law also demands more transparency about the real costs of television services, including the sometimes hidden charges that companies use to raise prices. apparently inevitable rate hikes, but you do not need to purchase a one-price cable plan only to get another price on your bill.
The law could be a boon for enthusiasts. If you are familiar with ISPs and TVs and plan to stick with one provider for a long time, you could easily save money in the long run. It also makes it easier to change hardware if you find a more advanced or reliable case than the standard rental models.