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NFL Game Pass Review 2020: Cost, Features, and More

by | Jun 30, 2020 | Brand Reviews, Reviews | 0 

NFL Game Pass features Game Replays, documentaries, and some NFL Network content—but is it enough to justify the cost? Read our expert review to see if NFL Game Pass is right for you and your budget.

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Cox TV and Internet Bundles: Plans, Pricing, and More

by | Jun 29, 2020 | Brand Reviews, Reviews | 0 

Cox offers cable-based internet, TV, and phone service, which makes for a wide variety of bundling options. You can even combine home security with your entercomms (“entertainment” + “communication”—we’re trying to make the phrase happen). If you like the convenience of a single provider bill, Cox can do that for you.

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Cox TV Review: Packages, Pricing, and More

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Cox may have begun as a cable TV company way back in the 1960s, but in 2020, it’s better at delivering bundles than channels. If you’re looking for a standalone TV plan, Cox offers only one worth paying for; the better values lie in bundling with internet service.

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Cox Cable and Internet Plans

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Georgia-based telecom company Cox provides TV, internet, phone, and home security services, and it offers several excellent combinations of those four services in bundles. Internet is Cox’s strongest area of service: its higher cable tiers are fast but relatively inexpensive.

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Cox Internet Plans and Pricing

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Cox internet service comes through the same coaxial cables as its TV service, which means it’s faster than telephone-line DSL internet but slower than fiber-optic internet. Still, some of Cox’s internet plans come close to fiber speed, and most of them can easily handle household needs.

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Spectrum TV Choice Review 2020: Pricing, Channels, and More

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AT&T Business Review 2020

by | Jun 9, 2020 | Brand Reviews, Reviews | 0 

If your workplace needs performance and speed, AT&T Business more than delivers—just be prepared to possibly pay more than you might be comfortable with. Telecom giant AT&T has an internet, phone, and TV plan for almost every business, if not necessarily every budget.

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AT&T Cable and Internet Plans, Prices & Bundles

by | Jun 8, 2020 | Brand Reviews, Reviews | 0 

AT&T offers DSL (digital subscriber line) and fiber-optic internet services, as well as internet-based TV service, all of which rank consistently near the top in CableTV.com’s customer satisfaction surveys. Yes, even in customer support, the toughest category of all.

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AT&T Internet Deals, Plans, & Pricing

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Fiber-optic plans are our hands-down picks with any internet provider, including AT&T—if you can get it. AT&T internet service is available in over 20 western, midwestern, and southeastern states, and the majority of that service is DSL (digital subscriber line) over copper telephone lines.

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AT&T TV Plans, Pricing & Packages

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AT&T TV is a live TV service that, like AT&T TV NOW and AT&T WatchTV, streams over the internet rather than cable or satellite. In channel lineups and package names, AT&T TV is practically twinsies with DIRECTV—except that it’s a bit cheaper, at least for the first year.

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