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Cable Compared To Satellite TV - A Side-By-Side Comparison

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Glassy: The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average,...

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you are thinking about paying for satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to get Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same length of time. Components Cable providers provide a receiver, or cable box, which gets a TV si

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are some differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you're considering paying for satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers need to pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to get Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same time period. Components Cable providers provide you with a receiver, or cable box, whi

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more than satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, plus 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. As far as price increases, cable rates have increased by 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's rates have increased by only 8% in the same time period. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translates that signal and sends

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The actual differences between cable TV and satellite television are not all that great . But there are a few differences you should be mindful of if you are thinking about getting cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Price On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more as compared to satellite television due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite television companies don't have to pay. To give an example, in my neck of the woods cable costs $57 per month for 140 satellite television channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, and also 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. With regards to price increases, cable television fees have increased by around 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's fees have risen by just 8% within the exact same time frame. Equipment Comparison With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company t

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more than satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, plus 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. As far as price increases, cable costs have increased by 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's costs have increased by only 8% in the same time period. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translates that signal and sends

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are some differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you're considering paying for satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers need to pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to get Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same time period. Components Cable providers provide you with a receiver, or cable box, whi

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more than satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, plus 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. As far as price increases, cable rates have increased by 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's rates have increased by only 8% in the same time period. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translates that signal and sends

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more than satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, plus 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. As far as price increases, cable rates have increased by 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's rates have increased by only 8% in the same time period. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translates that signal and sends

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more as compared to satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, and also 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. With regards to price increases, cable costs have increased by around 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's costs have increased by only 8% in the same time frame. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver transl

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more than satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, plus 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. As far as price increases, cable service fees have increased by 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's service fees have increased by only 8% in the same time period. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translates that si

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more than satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, plus 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. As far as price increases, cable fees have increased by 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's fees have increased by only 8% in the same time period. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translates that signal and sends i

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more than satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, plus 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. As far as price increases, cable prices have increased by 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's prices have increased by only 8% in the same time period. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translates that signal and sen

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are some differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you're considering paying for satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers need to pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to get Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same time period. Components Cable providers provide you with a receiver, or cable box, whi

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are some differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you're considering getting satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers need to pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to decide to buy Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same time period. Components Cable providers provide you with a receiver, or cable b

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more as compared to satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, and also 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. With regards to price increases, cable fees have increased by around 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's fees have increased by only 8% in the same time frame. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translat

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you are thinking about getting satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to decide to buy Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same length of time. Components Cable providers provide a receiver, or cable box, which gets

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you are thinking about buying satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to buy Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same length of time. Components Cable providers provide a receiver, or cable box, which gets a TV signal

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more as compared to satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, and also 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. With regards to price increases, cable prices have increased by around 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's prices have increased by only 8% in the same time frame. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver tran

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are some differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you're considering purchasing satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers need to pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to purchase Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same time period. Components Cable providers provide you with a receiver, or cable box

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more than satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, plus 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. As far as price increases, cable costs have increased by 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's costs have increased by only 8% in the same time period. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translates that signal and sends

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more as compared to satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, and also 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. With regards to price increases, cable rates have increased by around 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's rates have increased by only 8% in the same time frame. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver transl

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you are thinking about getting satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to decide to buy Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same length of time. Components Cable providers provide a receiver, or cable box, which gets

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The differences between cable TV and satellite TV aren't all that great . But there are a couple of differences you should be aware of if you're thinking about purchasing cable or satellite TV service. Here they are in a nutshell . Cost On average, cable TV costs $10 to $25 a month more than satellite TV due in part to the fact that cable providers must pay local fees and taxes which satellite companies don't have to pay. As an example, in my neck of the woods cable TV costs $57 a month for 142 satellite channels, while I can get Dish Network for $24.99 a month for 190 channels, plus 3 months of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz. As far as price increases, cable fees have increased by 40% since 1998, while Dish Network and DirecTV's fees have increased by only 8% in the same time period. Equipment With cable TV you get a receiver that receives a television signal from a cable TV company through an underground coaxial or fiber optic cable. The receiver translates that signal and sends i

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Cable TV has pretty much caught up with satellite television as far as level of quality, customer service, and price, however there are differences between the two you will want to bear in mind if you are thinking about investing in satellite or cable television. Here's a short comparison of the two: Price Comparison Cable TV could cost as much as $25 per month more than satellite television for comparable services. That is $300 per year more. This difference is due in part because cable providers pay local taxes and fees Where I reside in Arizona if I were to get cable TV it would cost me almost $60 per month for 140 TV channels. If I were to decide to purchase Dish Network service it would cost me $24.99 for 190 TV channels. Another difference is the rate increases. Cable Television service has increased by 40% since 1998, while satellite television service has increased by a mere 8% within that exact same length of time. Components Cable providers provide a receiver, or cable box, w

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