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Why Cable TV in Drexel, MO
If cable TV in Drexel, MO is something you are considering, here are our favorite reasons for it. Cable offers hundreds of HD channels that won't break up in bad weather and are available whenever you want. It offers everything from movies and TV shows, to On Demand entertainment. And with most providers you get all your local channels for free. It's easier to install, because there is less equipment than with satellite. Bundling it with high-speed internet could save you up to $400 a year. Plus cable is:
Cable TV offersmore HD choices
Snow may mess up satellite, but itdoesn't faze cable
Cable can beinstalled virtually anywhere
TV Trends in Drexel, MO
National trends have taught us at CableTV.com a lot about TV in Drexel, MO. So we thought we'd share. 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. It is common to bundle cable and Internet subscriptions. In fact, almost 3/4 of Americans bundle. Drexel has a population of 983, last we checked. So that's:
- 324 with 4 or more TVs
- 472 using Hulu or Netflix to stream content
- 708 viewers with cable bundles
- 816 people with evenings free enough to watch TV as it happens.
Why Choose Cable Internet in Drexel
Why do 708 Drexel residents bundle their cable TV with Internet, and how many use cable high-speed Internet? Each year, subscribers who bundle their services save around $400 just by ordering. Next, cable Internet is blazing fast--above the FCC defined minimum for broadband speed--with around 5-10 Mbps downstream. Out of 983 Drexel residents, 315 of them are cable Internet users. And broadband usage grew from 560 to 629 from 2009 to 2010.
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CableTV.com's Favorite Drexel, MO Actors
Many people in Drexel, MO remember Neil Patrick Harris best from his role as the 16-year-old doctor, Doogie Howser, M.D. He now plays womanizer Barney Stinson on the CBS comedy, "How I Met Your Mother." Barney Stinson is a ladies man who will stop at nothing to have a pretty woman on his arm. Over the course of the series, he has dated many women, including Robin, who previously dated Ted. Catch all the laughs of "How I Met Your Mother" on cable TV.
Find Cable TV in Drexel
As you can see, we know cable TV like Adam Sandler knows lunch ladies. So rely on us to help you find a cable provider. Local governments license the ability to provide cable service in a region, only allowing one provider per region. Because of this, cable companies generally don't overlap in the same geographical location. To find out which company is your Drexel cable provider, call the number listed above.