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Hi, and welcome, This is my blog all about top TVs and top TV providers.

Top Cable TV

Providers

Many viewers of cable TV are usually concerned with the price when they are searching for the best provider of cable TV services, however, the price of a Cable TV is not the only parameter to know how good a cable TV is as there are many other factors to take into consideration such as the number of channels offered by a particular network, the availability of the network in a region, the available viewing features and how flexible the payment plan is. The best providers of cable TV service are those that offer high quality state of the art cable TV service to their customers at an affordable price. AT&T U-verse With its great bundle deals, high quality pictures and the subscriber’s option to build their own U-verse® Bundle, AT&T U-verse has established its top position as the leading provider of cable TV. You can also access free movies, HD programs, premium programs, as well as watch pay-per view contents when you make use of On Demand services of the company. The company offers a number of plans all at pocket friendly prices so you can easily find a package that is just suitable for you and at a cheap price too. For those who need internet and phone services, AT&T U-verse® is a great option, and you will save a lot of cash using AT&T U-verse®. You can be sure that you will only get a high quality picture consistently because AT&T U- verse® uses fiber optic network to provide its services. Verizon FiOS Verizon FiOS established its place among the elite providers of cable TV by making available to its customers a large channel selection as well as an amazing On Demand library. The company also makes use of fiber optic network to offer its services. FiOS has more than 30,000 titles in its collection making it the company with one of the biggest On Demand library. Of course movie lovers and TV fans will be happy with that. The problems of reliability and poor customer service is a general one throughout the cable TV industry, while FiOS can still improve on its services, they render far better services than most of their competitors. The major disadvantage of FiOS TV is that it has limited coverage, at the moment, as the service is provided in just 13 states and just in some selected cities of those states. The basic packages seemed to be more expensive than those offered by the competition but its medium and high packages are more pocket friendly. Cablevision Cablevision is comparatively smaller but it is a strongly growing Cable TV which has established its place among the elite service providers because it has many features which are family friendly. It does not only offer decent channels, it also offers a respectable selection of DVR tools inclusive of the one you can make use of to record four programs simultaneously With many of the cable TV providers offering DVRs that allow you to record just a maximum of two programs simultaneously, the option provided by Cablevision is of benefit to households where the parents and children all having different entertainment preferences. Though the basic plans of cablevision are not the most pocket friendly, its medium and premium plans offer the subscribers very good value for their money. Comcast XFINITY Comcast XFINITY has established itself among the elite cable TV providers because of its different packages and various channels, while the main advantage and strength of the company is having its service available in 40 states in the U.S. It offers its subscribers five TV packages starting from the basic plan with 10 channels to the premium plan which has more than 200 channels.

News

Comcast Sees Biggest Cable-TV

Subscriber Gain in Eight Years

Some cable TV services seem to be making a comeback over satellite TV. Is it because of better customer service, better TV picture, or better equipment? Comcast Corp., the largest U.S. cable provider, added more video subscribers in the fourth quarter than in any quarter in the last eight years, defying a trend of cord-cutters dropping traditional TV for online video services like Netflix. The Philadelphia-based company gained 89,000 cable- TV subscribers in the quarter, according to a statement Wednesday. Three analysts surveyed by Bloomberg had projected an average gain of 19,700 video customers. Even so, profit excluding some items was 81 cents a share, just missing analysts' projections of 82 cents a share. Comcast is still finding ways to sign up more people for pay-TV even as customers' monthly bills rise and it faces more competition from online-streaming services. The quarterly gain came partly at the expense of its telephone rivals AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc., whose TV-subscriber growth has slowed. Since abandoning its $45.2 billion plan to buy Time Warner Cable Inc. last April, Comcast has been rolling out its new X1 video platform, trying to improve its customer service, and offering skinnier bundles of channels to customers. This is a snippet from Bloomberg. You can read the rest of the article here.
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Hi, and welcome, This is my blog all about top TVs and top TV providers.

Top Cable TV

Providers

Many viewers of cable TV are usually concerned with the price when they are searching for the best provider of cable TV services, however, the price of a Cable TV is not the only parameter to know how good a cable TV is as there are many other factors to take into consideration such as the number of channels offered by a particular network, the availability of the network in a region, the available viewing features and how flexible the payment plan is. The best providers of cable TV service are those that offer high quality state of the art cable TV service to their customers at an affordable price. AT&T U-verse With its great bundle deals, high quality pictures and the subscriber’s option to build their own U- verse® Bundle, AT&T U-verse has established its top position as the leading provider of cable TV. You can also access free movies, HD programs, premium programs, as well as watch pay-per view contents when you make use of On Demand services of the company. The company offers a number of plans all at pocket friendly prices so you can easily find a package that is just suitable for you and at a cheap price too. For those who need internet and phone services, AT&T U-verse® is a great option, and you will save a lot of cash using AT&T U-verse®. You can be sure that you will only get a high quality picture consistently because AT&T U-verse® uses fiber optic network to provide its services. Verizon FiOS Verizon FiOS established its place among the elite providers of cable TV by making available to its customers a large channel selection as well as an amazing On Demand library. The company also makes use of fiber optic network to offer its services. FiOS has more than 30,000 titles in its collection making it the company with one of the biggest On Demand library. Of course movie lovers and TV fans will be happy with that. The problems of reliability and poor customer service is a general one throughout the cable TV industry, while FiOS can still improve on its services, they render far better services than most of their competitors. The major disadvantage of FiOS TV is that it has limited coverage, at the moment, as the service is provided in just 13 states and just in some selected cities of those states. The basic packages seemed to be more expensive than those offered by the competition but its medium and high packages are more pocket friendly. Cablevision Cablevision is comparatively smaller but it is a strongly growing Cable TV which has established its place among the elite service providers because it has many features which are family friendly. It does not only offer decent channels, it also offers a respectable selection of DVR tools inclusive of the one you can make use of to record four programs simultaneously With many of the cable TV providers offering DVRs that allow you to record just a maximum of two programs simultaneously, the option provided by Cablevision is of benefit to households where the parents and children all having different entertainment preferences. Though the basic plans of cablevision are not the most pocket friendly, its medium and premium plans offer the subscribers very good value for their money. Comcast XFINITY Comcast XFINITY has established itself among the elite cable TV providers because of its different packages and various channels, while the main advantage and strength of the company is having its service available in 40 states in the U.S. It offers its subscribers five TV packages starting from the basic plan with 10 channels to the premium plan which has more than 200 channels.

News

Comcast Sees Biggest Cable-TV

Subscriber Gain in Eight Years

Some cable TV services seem to be making a comeback over satellite TV. Is it because of better customer service, better TV picture, or better equipment? Comcast Corp., the largest U.S. cable provider, added more video subscribers in the fourth quarter than in any quarter in the last eight years, defying a trend of cord-cutters dropping traditional TV for online video services like Netflix. The Philadelphia-based company gained 89,000 cable-TV subscribers in the quarter, according to a statement Wednesday. Three analysts surveyed by Bloomberg had projected an average gain of 19,700 video customers. Even so, profit excluding some items was 81 cents a share, just missing analysts' projections of 82 cents a share. Comcast is still finding ways to sign up more people for pay-TV even as customers' monthly bills rise and it faces more competition from online-streaming services. The quarterly gain came partly at the expense of its telephone rivals AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc., whose TV-subscriber growth has slowed. Since abandoning its $45.2 billion plan to buy Time Warner Cable Inc. last April, Comcast has been rolling out its new X1 video platform, trying to improve its customer service, and offering skinnier bundles of channels to customers. This is a snippet from Bloomberg. You can read the rest of the article here.