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  1. Dish Network Authorized Retailer
    • Over 330 Channels Available
    • The Hopper® Whole-Home HD DVR
    • HD FREE for Life®
    • #1 in Customer Bill Satisfaction*
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  2. DirecTV Authorized Retailer
    • Over 285 Channels Available
    • #1 in Installation, Channel Selection, and Customer Service Satisfaction*
    • NFL SUNDAY TICKET
    3.8
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  3. comcast Authorized Retailer
    • Over 260 Channels Available
    • X1 Entertainment Operating System®
    • The Most Live Sports
    • Triple Play Bundles Available
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*CableTV.com 2015 TV Customer Satisfaction Industry Survey

^According to the 2015 American Customer Satisfaction Index

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Why Cable TV

CableTV.com loves everything about cable TV in Pacific. Here are some reasons why. It's reliable; it doesn't drop out when the weather gets bad. With hundreds of HD channels, movies and On Demand titles, there is always something entertaining to watch. You'll get a better value with cable TV because the equipment is easier to install than satellite competitors require. And when you bundle it with high-speed internet, you get a fast internet connection, one low monthly bill, and can save up to $400 every year. Plus cable is:

  • Watchable

    Cable TV offers more HD choices.

  • Reliable

    Snow may mess up satellite, but it doesn't faze cable.

  • Accessible

    Cable can be installed virtually anywhere.

TV Trends in Pacific, WA

At CableTV.com, in addition to helping you order cable services in Pacific, WA, we also want to help you discover a few new tidbits about how your city watches TV. Did you know that 1/3 of American TV subscribers own at least 4 televisions? With a population of 6,037 in Pacific, that boils down to 1,992 people with a plethora of plasma screens. It's not surprising, with so many TVs, that with 7% of Americans' total TV watching is done on the DVR. Also noteworthy is that 72% of Americans bundle their cable subscriptions with high-speed Internet. That makes 4,347 residents with a bundled contract.

Why Choose Cable Internet in Pacific

How many Pacific residents use cable Internet, and how many bundle it with cable TV? The team at CableTV.com asked the same questions. Here's what we found. 1,932 Pacific residents subscribe to cable broadband, which is about 32% of the city population. Delivering 5-10 Mbps downstream, cable Internet is 2-7 Mbps faster than the national average. Saving cash is another reason. Subscribers who bundle save about $400 each year.

Pacific Born Actors

He's not just the original Edward; David Boreanaz is currently the FBI's best-dressed agent and Pacific's favorite federale. Since 2005, David Boreanaz has played FBI special agent Seeley Booth on the hit series "Bones" on the FOX Network. His first acting project was on "Married With Children" in 1993. In 1997, he played Angel, the soulful vampire on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." His popularity resulted in the spinoff "Angel," which aired from 1999-2004, where he continued his fight for salvation along with his elite team of bad guys and ghoul hunters. Watch him at his murder-solving best on FOX with cable TV.

Find Your Cable Provider

Hopefully the above info shows you that we know television like Sheldon knows physics. We aren't just tooting our own horn when we say we're the place to match you with a cable provider. Local governments license out the opportunity 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 area. Call up the number above to find your Pacific cable provider.