Rachel has spent the past two years at CableTV.com writing articles that demystify hidden fees, DVRs, sound systems, and more. She makes door-to-door DISH and DIRECTV salespeople uncomfortable with her in-depth questions—but if that’s what it takes to get you the best TV experience, she’s happy to do it. In addition to writing for CableTV.com, Rachel’s work has been featured on Roku.com, TechGuySmartBuy.com, HowtoWatch.com, and SatelliteInternet.com.
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
The best TV provider needs more than impressive channel counts and low prices—it has to impress its customers too. That’s why CableTV.com conducts an annual survey to search for the best TV provider in customer satisfaction.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
VRV is an awesome service for fans of animation who want to keep up on the newest anime. In addition to offering a lot of shows you won’t find on Hulu or Netflix, VRV also has simulcast anime, with new episodes uploaded the same day they air in Japan.Read more
Amazon Prime Video is an excellent perk for Amazon Prime subscribers, thanks to its included movies, exclusive series, and 4K Ultra HD videos. But if you’re not taking advantage of Amazon Prime’s free shipping and discounts, Prime Video simply doesn’t offer enough on its own to be worth the price.Read more
To figure out what your right download speed should be, consider how many people use the internet in your home and what they use it for. Find out about download speeds, upload speeds, Wi-Fi hacks, and more with our expert guide to internet speeds.Read more
Here, we’ll get straight into the best fiber internet providers so you can get all those glass strands hooked up to your house and plug into the fastest, most-reliable internet connection around.Read more
DSL technology varies so vastly from place to place that finding a compatible modem for CenturyLink is tricky business.
But buying your modem can save you money in the long run, since CenturyLink charges $15 per month for you to lease one. Fortunately, we’ve gathered a bunch of good options for you to pick from.Read more
by Rachel Oaks | Nov 23, 2020 | Uncategorized | 0
Xfinity, Verizon Fios, and AT&T have the best internet and TV deals we’ve seen this season. If you’re a new customer to one of these companies in your area, you can snatch up a Black Friday promotion with qualifying plans.Read more