When trying to select a television provider these days, it’s hard to know what to select. There are so many options now, and some don’t even involve an actual television set! The big selling point that all of these providers make is that they save customers money. Still, it’s important to remember that if a product can’t offer optimum service, you’re not really saving money, no matter how little you spend. Some providers spent a lot on advertising to jump on satellite television, but the reality is that it remains the best television service available. Below are a few reasons why.
5. It’s Always Available
You can’t have cable unless it’s possible to run cable directly to the residence. Television over the computer works only as well as the user’s Internet or Wi-Fi connection, which can be spotty at best in certain locations or parts of the country. Despite the myths, satellite TV reception is not affected by weather, unless it is severe. And in such cases, so is the reception of other providers.
The difference between a cable TV and satellite bill can be fifty dollars or more. Also, with all of those taxes and “fees”, the price of cable seems to go up every couple of months. Compare that to a satellite TV bill which only increases by a few dollars every few years.
Cable TV now allows you to watch television programs over smartphones and other devices? So does satellite TV, and in fact, they offered this option first. And satellite TV allows users to watch television in any room of their home, without all the hardware of cable.
2. Range Of Channels
Why buy a multitude of limited and expensive cable channel packages when with satellite TV you get feeds from both coasts, plus regional and international channels, in addition to conventional offerings. Satellite can offer viewers hundreds of more channel choices than cable. And certainly more than streaming video providers, who are often very limited in their choices.
With great, uninterrupted picture in digital or flawless HD, it’s pretty clear that satellite TV is the way to go.