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Why Cable TV in Columbus, NC

If you are looking for an affordable TV service that is packed with entertainment and easy to use, then choose cable TV in Columbus, NC. Whether you watch dramas, comedies, sitcoms, news reports, cooking shows or documentaries, you will find programming that entertains you on cable. With hundreds of HD channels, movies, premium networks and On Demand entertainment, cable TV offers hours of entertainment. Cable bundles are a great way to get TV and Internet in Columbus, NC. Cable Internet is faster than DSL, and cable TV is easier to install than satellite. Plus cable is:

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Watching Cable TV in Columbus, NC

Cable TV in Columbus, NC brings you more than just great television programming. In Columbus there are an approximate 1,440 televisions owned by only 360 people. That is because Cable TV is easy to connect to multiple TV sets. Cable TV viewers also watch a lot of DVR content. Since 2006, DVR viewership has increased from 2.2% to 7% of all Americans TV watching. However, 906 people in Columbus still watch regularly broadcast programming. Cable also provides high-speed Internet. In fact, 72% of Americans bundle their Internet and cable services. Additionally, about half of TV viewers in the U.S. stream some TV content online. And there are somewhere around 786 Columbus residents using bundled cable subscriptions, and 524 who stream.

Why Choose Cable Internet in Columbus

If you are looking for a fast internet connection in Columbus, you aren't alone. The 6% growth in North Carolina broadband penetration from 2009 to 2010, and now 349, of Columbus residents are cable subscribers. Cable Internet provides download speeds that are 2-7 Mbps faster than the median broadband speed in the country. Not only are the speeds fast, but cable bundles save the average consumer $400 per year.

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CableTV.com Loves Columbus Actors

Everybody loves a winner, especially in Columbus, which is why Kiele Sanchez is so big here. Ranked 19th on TV.com's Most Popular Actors list, Kiele Sanchez continues to showcase her talents as a dynamic actress. Most popular for her role on A&E's hit show "The Glades," Kiele has climbed up from her roles on "LOST," "Samantha Who?" and "Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe" to take on her biggest performance yet. Now in its third season, Kiele stars as Callie Cargill, a lively woman with beauty and a strong will. Watch her take those traits to the screen on A&E with cable TV.

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