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Update 3/18/2020: AT&T and Frontier address COVID-19 concerns

Responding to current COVID-19 (“coronavirus”) pandemic, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) AT&T and Frontier have joined the Federal Communications Commission’s Keep Americans Connected Pledge.

As stated in the FCC’s pledge, for 60 days after March 13, ISPs will “not terminate service to any residential or small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.”

Also, ISPs will “waive any late fees that any residential or small business customers incur because of their economic circumstances related to the Coronavirus pandemic” and “open its Wi-Fi hotspots to any American who needs them.”

More steps being taken by AT&T and Frontier:

  • AT&T is forgoing data caps on its plans for 60 days.

What is fiber TV?

When we discuss fiber TV, we’re referring to television delivered through fiber-optic cables. Protected by several layers of coatings, bundles of fiber-optic cables deliver data via infrared light. These cables are made of optical fibers, which are essentially hundreds or thousands of hair-thin strands. The strands are made of plastic for short-range communication and flexible glass for long-range communication.

So what does all that technical jargon mean for you? If you live in one of the heavily populated areas where television providers have installed fiber-optic networks, it could mean state-of-the-art television.

Because infrared light zooms through the optical fibers at the speed of light through glass (somewhat less than the speed of light through a vacuum, but still like something out of a science-fiction novel), it creates incredible broadband capacity.

This means it’s easy to deliver more channels, a clearer picture, and higher-fidelity sound that cable and satellite simply aren’t capable of. And since fiber sends data in a digital form, it doesn’t need to be translated from the analog data most other networks use. That means nothing gets lost in digital translation, so you can have the highest-definition experience possible.

Which providers offer fiber TV?

There are a few providers that currently offer fiber television: in this article, we discuss AT&T and Frontier. We’ve compared them in a handy chart for you below. Prices can vary widely based on the number of channels you subscribe to and if you bundle with an internet plan. We’ll also highlight each provider’s most notable TV and bundle packages.

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Customer SatisfactionPrice per MonthChannelsDVRNotable FeatureView Plans
AT&T TVn/a$49.99– $130.00*65+–125+Cloud DVR
  • HBO® free for one year

  • Google Assistant integration
  • Frontier2.98/5$83.00-$110.00400+VariesNetflix integration

    Data effective 03/18/2020. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.
    * for 12 mos plus taxes. w/24-mo. agmt. Prices higher in 2nd year

    Which fiber TV providers are available in your area?

    If you want to know exactly what your provider options are, some websites will make you commit with your full address before they let you know what providers you can choose from—but not CableTV.com!

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    Fiber TV Plans and Bundles

    While each of the TV providers above offers a variety of plans, we’ve highlighted two plans from each provider to give you a quick look at each service. Along with one of the most popular TV plans for each provider, we’ve also included a bundle package option for your convenience.

    Bundling television, internet, and home phone with one provider will lessen the number of bills you’ll need to track each month and be a good opportunity to save on your services. We recommend it!

    AT&T TV Plan and Bundle

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    ENTERTAINMENT

    $49.99/mo.*

    (for 12 mos. plus taxes. w/24-mo. agmt. Prices higher in 2nd year.)

    • 65+ channels
    • Cloud DVR
    • Local channels
    • Google Assistant integration

    ENTERTAINMENT + Internet 25

    $79.98/mo.

    (*for 12 mos plus taxes & internet equip. fee. w/ 24-mo. TV agmt. TV prices higher in 2nd year.)

    • 125+ channels
    • Internet speeds up to 25 Mbps
    • Data overage charges waived
    • Google Assistant integration

    Frontier Bundles

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    FiOS 50/50 + FiOS TV Prime HD

    From $85 per month

    for the first 24 months.

    • Internet speeds up to 50 Mbps, upload and download
    • Over 315 channels
      • 100% HD picture quality
      • Thousands of free videos on demand
      • Netflix integration

    FiOS 50/50 + FiOS TV Prime HD + Digital Voice

    From $90 per month

    for the first 24 months.

    • Internet speeds up to 50 Mbps, upload and download
    • Unlimited local calling
    • Over 315 channels
      • 100% HD picture quality
      • Netflix integration
      • Multi-room HD DVR available

    How do I choose the right fiber TV package for me?

    Once you’ve seen if any of the top fiber TV providers are in your area, you can narrow down your choices based on your personal tastes and budget. If you decide to bundle your TV service, make sure you’re getting internet speeds fast enough for your needs. And even if you’re not planning on using a home phone, some bundles with phones are actually less expensive than ones without, so you may want to consider it. Now get out there and choose the best fiber plan for you!

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