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Why Cable TV in Munich, ND

If you are looking for hours of entertainment, easy to use DVR technology, or simply want affordable TV service, consider cable TV in Munich, ND. With cable TV you get HD channels, movies, On Demand content and all your local programming. Cable is all-digital; it delivers a consistent signal, no matter the weather, so you're never left without something to watch. Cable service is easily bundled with high-speed Internet. Cable Internet is faster than DSL, and a cable bundle can save you up to $400 every year. Plus cable is:

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Watching Cable TV in Munich, ND

There are so many reasons to get cable TV in Munich, ND. In Munich there are an approximate 276 televisions owned by only 69 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, 173 people in Munich still watch regularly broadcast programming. Cable also provides high-speed Internet. In fact, 72% of Americans bundle their Internet and cable services. And 48% watch TV shows online. In Munich that makes 150 residents who bundle their cable TV subscriptions and Internet packages, and 100 who use that Internet to stream TV content online.

Cable High-Speed Internet in Munich

It's clear from the stats above that Munich cable subscribers prefer bundling their services. Munich has 67 cable high-speed Internet subscribers and the overall broadband penetration rose from 63% in 2009 to 71% in 2010. Cable bundles are popular for many reasons. The first of which is cable high-speed Internet ranges from 5-10 Mbps. That's faster than DSL and 25% -150% faster than the median national average. The second reason is that people who bundle their cable TV and Internet services save $400 per year.

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The nation voted Christopher Meloni Most Likely to Succeed in its cable TV yearbook and Munich definitely agrees. TV.com rates Christopher Meloni as 23rd most popular TV actor. Meloni played Detective Elliot Stabler on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," the main character for most of the series. His reason for leaving is uncertain, but his departure came shortly before the series cancelation after season 13. Following his departure, he signed for a lead role in HBO's, "True Blood." Catch all the blood-sucking sensuality on HBO with cable TV in Munich, ND.

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