So, I moved a couple weeks ago. When I moved, I called Centurylink to have my service transferred. So, imagine my surprise when they said after I moved that it couldn't be transferred. I was using Playstation Vue for TV and now all I get are the five locals (WRAL, ABC11, CBS North Carolina, The CW and FOX50). In other words, my Samsung LED TV and my Roku are completely useless wastes of money now. Anyway, I found the phone line. So, I called today and asked why DSL wasn't available if the phone line was there. Turns out that, when they put the phone lines in, they weren't DSL compatible, and this wasn't long ago either. The phone lines that were put in three years ago only support dial-up internet ... in the year 2017. So, in order to get TV, my options are Dish Network, which is terrible, and AT&T, which is expensive as hell. As for internet, my only option as of now is to use my AT&T phone as a hotspot. It's 2017 ... how are we still not only using but pursuing 30 year old technology? Meanwhile, Google Fiber is now available in Raleigh.