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Why Cable TV in Carnegie, OK

Many people in Carnegie, OK have cable TV. Here are a few reasons why. Cable subscribers enjoy all-digital service, including HD channels, movies and On Demand titles. With many providers you can get a free HD DVR when you start service. And cable service delivers a consistent, all-digital signal, so your TV doesn't drop out in bad weather. Cable high-speed Internet is faster than DSL; you can easily bundle it, and only pay one low monthly bill. Speaking of bills, people who bundle cable TV and Internet in Carnegie can save up to $400 off their bills every year. Plus cable is:

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How Carnegie, OK Residents Watch TV

Looking at national trends helps us get a picture of cable TV in Carnegie, OK. In America, 33% of homes have four or more TVs, and even though about half the population streams some TV content, 97% of U.S. residents still primarily watch broadcast TV. Well over 72% of people in the U.S. bundle their cable subscriptions to include both TV and high-speed Internet. For the 1,536 people in Carnegie, those stats equate to:

  • 507 with a TV for every finger on their right hand (thumbs don't count)
  • 737 who take the term 'television' show lightly (and stream instead)
  • 1,490 keeping to traditional TV for their favorite shows
  • 1,106 smart folks, a.k.a the cable bundlers
  • 1,275 Carnegie residents confined to network air dates and times.

About Carnegie Cable Internet

If you are looking for a fast internet connection in Carnegie, you aren't alone. Broadband penetration in Carnegie grew 6% from 2009 to 2010; and there are now 492 Carnegie residents enjoying cable Internet. Cable TV and Internet bundles are also becoming more popular. With download speeds of 5-10 Mbps, they provide a high-speed connection 2-7 Mbps faster than median broadband speeds. Not only are the speeds fast, but cable bundles save the average consumer $400 per year.

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CableTV.com's Favorite Carnegie, OK Actors

"Holmes Inspection" is a Canadian show on HGTV, which you can catch on cable TV. It follows general contractor Mike Holmes as he speaks to homeowners victimized by poorly conducted home inspections. Many people in Carnegie, OK love the senior contractor Demon Bennett, who was introduced on the show during season four. He is skilled in many trades including bricklaying, roofing and foundations. He is currently focusing on framing and carpentry. He is the second most regular character on the series, after Holmes.

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