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Why Cable TV in Dallas, SD
Cable TV in Dallas 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. Cable is all-digital, so it won't drop out in bad weather, and requires less equipment than satellite. 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:
Cable TV offersmore HD choices
Snow may mess up satellite, but itdoesn't faze cable
Cable can beinstalled virtually anywhere
How People Watch TV in Dallas, SD
Here's some info you might be interested in knowing about cable TV in Dallas, SD. For starters, a third of Americans own four or more TVs and all but 3% of people still watch regularly broadcast TV. With 72% of Americans bundling cable TV with high-speed Internet, it's no surprise that 48% of the population now stream TV content online. That means that 36 people living in Dallas have at least 4 TVs apiece and most of them, 105, watch traditional broadcasts, even though 52 also stream TV online.
Dallas, SD Cable Internet
Why do 78 Dallas residents bundle their cable TV with Internet, and how many use cable high-speed Internet? One important point is that bundling services together saves cable TV subscribers nearly $400 per year. In addition to saving money, cable Internet is fast; with downstream speeds from 5-10 Mbps it's 25%-100% faster than the national average. These two factors help explain why cable Internet users represent 35 out of 108 Dallas residents as well as how the total broadband penetration in Dallas grew 6%, from 65 to 71 households, in one year.
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Dallas, SD Born Actors
Many people in Dallas, SD remember Neil Patrick Harris best from his role as the 16-year-old doctor, Doogie Howser, M.D. He now plays womanizer Barney Stinson on the CBS comedy, "How I Met Your Mother." Barney Stinson is a ladies man who will stop at nothing to have a pretty woman on his arm. Over the course of the series, he has dated many women, including Robin, who previously dated Ted. Catch all the laughs of "How I Met Your Mother" on cable TV.
Find Cable TV in Dallas
We hope by now that you figured out that we know television like Kramer knows bagels. We aren't just tooting our own horn when we say we're the place to match you with a cable provider. Your local government is responsible for the licensing for providers of cable services; most regions are only allowed to have one provider, so you won't likely see an overlap of multiple carriers in your area. Call us today to get connected with your Dallas cable provider.