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Neither Verizon Fios TV nor DIRECTV STREAM is the perfect TV service. But if you have to choose one, we say go with Verizon Fios TV. It will probably cost you just the same as DIRECTV STREAM, but it looks better and has more flexibility in choosing the channels you want.Read more
We’ve done the digging and rounded up some of the best bundles deals you’ll find anywhere on cable and internet service, so you can kick back and enjoy your reasonably priced entertainment without worrying about whether you’re getting your money’s worth.Read more
Enter your zip code to see TV and internet providers in your area Please enter a valid zip code. Find About satellite TV and internet service When you’re looking for home entertainment service, you can bet that satellite television and internet will be available in your area. These services work with a provider's operation center [...]Read more
DISH and DIRECTV square off in this match up of titans. Get the pros and cons of TV service from DISH vs DIRECTV in an unbiased comparison from CableTV.com.Read more
Not sure how to connect your TV? We made a comprehensive cheat sheet on how to connect everything to everything else. DVI? HDMI? USB? Bookmark this page and never be confused again.Read more
When the competition is AT&T Fiber vs. Xfinity Internet, we say AT&T is better than Xfinity. While our recent customer satisfaction survey put AT&T Fiber and Xfinity Internet on equal footing for reliability, we think you’ll get a lot more bang for your buck if you go with AT&T Fiber.Read more
If you live in a rural area, satellite may be the only available internet type. Between Viasat and HughesNet, we’d have to pick Viasat because of its faster internet speeds and better data allowance. But HughesNet isn’t a bad option if you prioritize your pocketbook over your internet time.Read more