The three major alternatives to cable Internet are DSL, satellite and cellular. DSL requires a particular type of phone line, satellites may require a clear view of the northern sky, and cellular requires being within range of a 3G or 4G network for high-speed access.
Finding the best deals for television and Internet involves researching plans available for the address and contacting the providers to get the best deal possible. Typically the sales departments of service providers can offer better deals than are publicly listed. Start by determining a rough idea
Without cable or Internet service, it is possible to watch TV with satellite service or by picking up local broadcasts with a digital antenna. The two major satellite providers in the United States are Dish Network and DirecTV.
Media outlets, such as Time and Consumer Affairs, report that consumer interest in the pay-for-cable television model is waning in favor of cheaper alternatives, including Internet television. However, as of March 2015, the majority of United States consumers still receive some form of cable televis
Some useful tips for getting a good deal on Internet services include knowing to researching price, learning how to properly measure Internet speeds, and looking out for red flags in quality of customer service. Price is an important part of what customers should look out for, but the customer shoul
The Triple Play Gold bundle by Charter Spectrum and the Fios Triple Play bundle by Verizon are two payment plans that offer cable TV, Internet connection and telephone deals together. As of January 2016, the plans cost about $69 and $79 per month, respectively.
Free cable service is a package of cable television channels provided to customers free of charge. As of 2015, there are no cable television service providers in the United States that offer cable television channel packages for free.
InternetProvidersbyZip.com allows U.S. residents to find a list of their local Internet and cable providers by typing a ZIP code into a search box. The search gives the user a list of local providers at a given time.
The primary differences between cable and DSL include price, speed and connection. DSL connections transmit digital data through a traditional telephone line, whereas cable connections transmit data through cable lines. DSL uses a modem and dials through the telephone line, whereas cable uses existi
The benefits of bundling cable television and Internet services include price discounts, having both services installed at one time, having one company to deal with for questions and problems, and having one monthly bill. Many Internet and cable television providers offer bundles at substantial pric