Cable vs. Satellite
Compare the differences and get the right service for you.Compare Now
Are bundles bogus?
Nope, they can save youSee How
a bundle of cash.
See the provider map.
You want cable, you need cable, but who is your cable provider?View Now
It's easy to get cable. Call 1-866-921-5828
Why Cable TV
Here are a few reasons why the team at CableTV.com highly recommend cable in South Dakota. Cable TV offers hours of entertainment. Between all the HD channels, movies and On Demand titles, there is always something on. With less equipment and fewer weather-related interruptions, cable is a better value than satellite. And it easily bundles with high-speed Internet for faster billing and more savings. Plus cable is:
Cable TV offersmore HD choices
Snow may mess up satellite, but itdoesn't faze cable
Cable can beinstalled virtually anywhere
Watching TV in South Dakota
Here at CableTV.com, we find South Dakota cable TV fascinating. Here's why. DVR use in the U.S. is growing, but only 7% of the population uses a DVR for the majority of the shows. And while 97% of people still watch traditional television there are now 48% who stream some TV programs online. In South Dakota, that's roughly 669,808 who watch regularly broadcast television. Many of those people are two screeners, though, since South Dakota has 387,359 online video streamers.
South Dakota High Speed Internet
Like the stars of any good buddy series, cable TV and Internet in South Dakota are almost always together. Did you know that high-speed Internet use grew from 60% to 66% between 2009 and 2010? According to SpeedMatters.org, South Dakota is number 24 in the nation in terms of Internet speeds. That includes the 51% who fall below 4 Mbps download speeds. The average speed for South Dakota cable Internet subscribers, however, is between 5-10 Mbps. Approximately 258,239 subscribers can back that up.
It's easy to get cable, Call 1-866-921-5828
TV Stars and South Dakota
The stats above don't come close to everything we know about cable TV in South Dakota. At CableTV.com, we also know actors. The Mount Rushmore State was the birthplace of a number of TV actors.
- Debra Mooney who was born in Aberdeen
- Dorothy Provine who was born in Deadwood
- Sam Anderson who was born in Clark
- Amy Hill who was born in Deadwood
Find Your Cable Provider
By now you can see we know digital cable television like Cheers knows everybody, and we're here to help you find a cable provider. Most service areas only have one cable provider. Local governments take care of the licensing, and usually only allow one provider in a given area. Put your zip code in the box below to see who provides cable in your part of South Dakota.