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Why Cable TV in Dayton, OH
Here are a few of the reasons people choose Cable TV in Dayton, OH. Cable subscribers enjoy all-digital service, including HD channels, movies and On Demand titles. Providers offer free equipment, like HD DVRs, to new customers. Unlike satellite, cable service is easy to install and remains consistent no matter the weather. It bundles with cable high-speed Internet, which is faster than DSL and makes your bills more manageable. And a service bundle can save you an estimated $400 every 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 Dayton
Here at CableTV.com, we know about cable TV in Dayton, OH. We know that one-third of American households have four or more televisions. That means 50,688 out of 153,600 own four or more televisions. It's not surprising, with so many TVs, that with 7% of Americans' total TV watching is done on the DVR. And 72% of us also bundle our cable subscription with high-speed Internet service. That makes 110,592 residents with a bundled contract.
Dayton, OH Cable Internet
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 Dayton 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. That helps explains why broadband penetration in Dayton has grown by 3% between 2009 and 2010. Cable Internet subscribers make up nearly a third of Dayton's Internet going population.
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Which Actors Are From Dayton, OH
What's the common trait between Dayton cable TV subscribers and television actors? Many were born right here. "Wkrp In Cincinnati" actor Gary Sandy is a good lead off for our list of local A-listers, followed by Gordon Jump from "The New Wkrp In Cincinnati," and Woody Brown from "Flamingo Road." Our list doesn't end with them either. Ken Jenkins, who starred in "Scrubs," is also a local, alongside Martin Sheen and Mystro Clark. Let CableTV.com help you order cable in Dayton, OH and you can support these locals-turned-actors every week.
Find Cable TV in Dayton
By now you can see we know television like Han Solo knows the inside of a Tauntaun. Use us to find the right cable provider and you won't be sorry. Local governments license the ability to provide cable service in a region, and these regions typically only allow one provider, so cable companies generally don't overlap in the same geographical area. To find out who your Dayton cable provider is, enter your zip code above.