As of November 2015, AT&T, Comcast and Time Warner Cable offer cheap cable plans. AT&T U-verse uses fiber optic networks and offers low rates for local channels, particularly when purchased as a bundle with the company's... More »

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The top four cable providers according to value as of 2015 are AT&T U-verse, Time Warner Cable, Comcast Xfinity and Cablevision's Optimum TV, according to Reviews.com. The best value from AT&T U-verse comes from its entr... More »

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Comparing local cables companies primarily involves identifying desired services and the cost of packages including those services. Cable packages often include both Internet and television, and some also include phone s... More »

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The four largest U.S. cable companies in terms of subscriber counts are Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications and Charter Communications, as of 2015. Other well-known U.S. cable companies include Cablevision, Br... More »

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Roku streaming media players do not require a cable subscription to function; however, many cable companies and cable network channels have apps available that allow authorized subscribers to stream content with Roku dev... More »

Major cable providers, such as Comcast and Time Warner Cable, provide lists of local channels on their official websites. Specialty websites dedicated to providing information on cable and satellite providers such as All... More »

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AT&T, Xfinity, and Time Warner Cable are some well-known cable service providers in the United States. These providers typically provide basic cable services packaged with other digital services. More »

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