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Why Cable TV in Bombay, NY

Cable TV in Bombay offers hours of entertainment, advanced technology that's easy to use and one surefire way to save $400 every year. Enjoy hours of On Demand content, local channels, movies and hundreds of HD channels. You never have to worry about dropped signal from bad weather; cable is all-digital. With cable TV you can also get high-speed Internet. Cable Internet is faster than DSL, and when you bundle the two services to one monthly bill, you can save up to $400 every year. Plus cable is:

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Cable TV in Bombay

Cable TV in Bombay, NY brings you more than just great television programming. Cable service is great for homes with multiple TVs and in Bombay approximately 385 people have 4 or more. So you can understand why so many folks choose cable. Thanks in part to cable technology, DVR use has grown nearly 4% since 2006, and now 7% of America's total TV viewing is time-shifted content. And 72% of Americans bundle their cable TV and Internet. And 48% watch TV shows online. And there are somewhere around 841 Bombay residents using bundled cable subscriptions, and 561 who stream.

Cable Internet in Bombay

Ever wonder why most people who have cable TV also have high-speed Internet? CableTV.com knows why. First of all, there's the savings. The average Bombay 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 3% from 771 to 806 locals.

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With all the great roles Sasha Alexander has had in her career, it's no surprise that people in Bombay, NY are big fans. Actress Sasha Alexander, born Suzana Drobnjakovic, has appeared on television shows including "Wasteland," "Dawson's Creek," and "Presidio Med." Her career skyrocketed when she landed the role of Caitlin Todd in on the CBS drama "NCIS" in 2003. After her character's death in 2005, she landed the lead role of Emily Atwood on "The Karenskys." Now she has moved to TNT's popular crime drama "Rizzoli & Isles," which you can check out on cable TV. In addition to a thriving television career, she's also been in "Mission Impossible III," "He's Just Not That Into You," and Jim Carrey's "Yes Man."

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