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Why Cable TV in Marshallville, GA

The team here at CableTV.com loves cable TV service in Marshallville. And we think you will too. Cable is reliable in bad weather. And the hundreds of HD channels are available whenever it's convenient for you thanks to On Demand. It's easier to install, particularly in homes with more than one television. Several providers offer specials like free equipment and convenient bundles with high-speed Internet and digital cable for a smaller fee each month. Plus cable is:

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How Marshallville Residents Watch TV

The CableTV.com team would like to give you some information about cable TV in Marshallville, GA. Even though nearly half of Americans have started watching television content online, 97% of us still watch regularly scheduled TV. Because you can watch your favorite shows online, more and more people bundle their cable and Internet services. In fact, 72% of Americans do this. That means 1,197 people in your city watch regularly programmed TV, 592 stream television online, and 888 bundle cable TV and Internet into one affordable package. And DVR use has increased nearly 4% since 2006. Today, 7% of all TV programming is seen at least one day after the original airdate.

Marshallville Cable Internet

If you are wondering why so many people bundle cable TV and Internet in Marshallville, here are two good reasons. People who bundle their cable Internet and TV tend to save roughly $400 per year. If saving money isn't enough, the download speeds are lightning fast. Cable high-speed Internet is faster than DSL, offering you average speeds of 5-10 Mbps; that's 2-7 Mbps faster than the U.S. median. It's no wonder that 395 Marshallville residents choose cable Internet, and that there are now 851 homes here with broadband access. A 5% increase from 2009.

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CableTV.com Loves Marshallville, GA Actors

Alex O'Laughlin was recently included in TV.com's Most Popular Actors list for his portrayal of Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett in the popular CBS series "Hawaii Five-O," which you can catch on CBS. Alex was born Alexander O'Lachlan in Canberra, Australia in 1976. His previous television roles include Det. Kevin Hiatt in "The Shield" and Mick St. John in "Moonlight," which are fan favorites in Marshallville, GA. He is a 2002 graduate of Australia's prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Art and currently resides in Hollywood, California.

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