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  1. Dish Network Authorized Retailer
    • Over 330 Channels Available
    • The Hopper® Whole-Home HD DVR
    • HD FREE for Life®
    • #1 in Customer Bill Satisfaction*
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  2. DirecTV Authorized Retailer
    • Over 285 Channels Available
    • #1 in Installation, Channel Selection, and Customer Service Satisfaction*
    • NFL SUNDAY TICKET
    3.8
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  3. AT&T U-verse Authorized Retailer
    • Up to 570 Channels Available
    • Rated Higher in Customer Satisfaction vs. Any Large^ Cable Company*
    • Over 40 HD Sports Channels
    3.7
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  4. time-warner Authorized Retailer
    • 200+ Channels Available
    • Whole House HD-DVR Service
    • Get HBO® and HBO Go for FREE
    3.1
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*CableTV.com 2015 TV Customer Satisfaction Industry Survey

^According to the 2015 American Customer Satisfaction Index

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  1. You enter your zip code above.

  2. We search our database for providers in your area.

  3. You choose a cable package and call to order.

Why Cable TV

We love cable TV. And we think you will too. Cable service is reliable; cable doesn't drop out in bad weather. With hundreds of HD channels, movies and On Demand titles, there is always something entertaining to watch. Cable TV is easier to install; it requires less equipment than satellite. And when you bundle it with high-speed internet, you get a fast internet connection, one low monthly bill, and can save up to $400 every year. Plus cable is:

  • Watchable

    Cable TV offers more HD choices.

  • Reliable

    Snow may mess up satellite, but it doesn't faze cable.

  • Accessible

    Cable can be installed virtually anywhere.

Watching Cable TV in Kansas City

The CableTV.com team loves seeing how national trends relate to TV use in Kansas City, KS. One-third of people in the U.S. have at least four TVs, 97% still watch conventional television even though nearly 50% now stream shows on the web. Almost three-quarters of U.S. residents with cable bundle their TV service with high-speed Internet. For Kansas City's population of 142,325, that's equal to:

  • 46,967 with 4 or more TVs
  • 68,316 using Hulu or Netflix to stream content
  • 102,474 viewers with cable bundles
  • 118,130 people in Kansas City stuck watching TV on the networks' timeline.

Cable High-Speed Internet in Kansas City

There are many reasons why so many people are using cable Internet, and bundling it with TV. First of all, there's the savings. The average Kansas City resident who bundles services saves around $400 per year. Then there's the simple fact that cable Internet is about 2-7 Mbps faster than the median national download speed. Because you can get faster Internet for less when you bundle, it makes sense why so many more people are getting high-speed internet from cable and why broadband usage has grown 8% from 95,358 to 106,744 locals.

Kansas City, KS Born Actors

DVRs and bundles are important parts of cable TV service, but so are TV actors. CableTV.com has the scoop on actors born here. Starting with Shanna Reed who was born right here in Kansas City. Shanna Reed was born here in 1955 before debuting in 1980 and landing a role on "Major Dad." And no matter the city they lived in after making it big, Kansas City will always be Shanna's hometown.

Find Your Cable Provider

You've probably realized by now that we know cable TV like Bill Russell knows championships, which is why we can connect you with the right cable provider. We are proud to say we do, because our knowledge helps us help you better. Local governments license the ability to provide cable service in a given region, and these regions typically only allow one provider, so cable companies generally don't overlap in the same areas. By calling the number above, you can find out about your cable provider in Kansas City.