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Why Cable TV in Rail Road Flat, CA

Here are a few of the reasons people choose Cable TV in Rail Road Flat, CA. Cable subscribers enjoy all-digital service, including HD channels, movies and On Demand titles. Providers offer free equipment, like HD DVRs, to new customers. And cable service delivers a consistent, all-digital signal, so your TV doesn't drop out in bad weather. And you can bundle it with high-speed Internet; a cable bundle means you only have to pay one simple bill every month. Speaking of bills, people who bundle cable TV and Internet in Rail Road Flat can save up to $400 off their bills every year. Plus cable is:

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Watching Cable TV in Rail Road Flat

The CableTV.com team loves seeing how national trends relate to TV use in Rail Road Flat, CA. A third of Americans own at least four televisions, 50% of us stream TV content online, and 97% of people still watch TV the old fashioned way; during primetime. It is common to bundle cable and Internet subscriptions. In fact, almost 3/4 of Americans bundle. Rail Road Flat has a population of 579, last we checked. So that's:

  • 191 with a glut of televisions
  • 278 streaming shows
  • 417 bundlers of cable services
  • 481 people with evenings free enough to watch TV as it happens.

About Rail Road Flat Cable Internet

Just how popular are cable TV and Internet bundles in Rail Road Flat? And how many people subscribe to cable high-speed? One important point is that bundling services together saves cable TV subscribers nearly $400 per year. Next, cable Internet is blazing fast--above the FCC defined minimum for broadband speed--with around 5-10 Mbps downstream. These two factors help explain why cable Internet users represent 185 out of 579 Rail Road Flat residents as well as how the total broadband penetration in Rail Road Flat grew 5%, from 394 to 423 households, in one year.

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CableTV.com's Favorite Rail Road Flat Actors

Antagonist or not, Rail Road Flat loves Michael Emerson. Recently ranked at number 31 on TV.com's most popular actors list, Michael Emerson currently stars in the hit CBS series "Person of Interest." You will probably recognize him from another hugely successful TV show; he played Benjamin Linus, the manipulative and clever villain in "LOST." Born in Iowa in 1955, Emerson is a professionally trained stage actor who is set to be in Woody Allen's next film. Follow his next move on with cable TV on CBS.

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