Two cable internet brands square off in this comparison. Cox and Xfinity both deliver cable tv and internet services. If they are both available in your area, this is a must-read to help decide which provider you should get.
Sling TV and Hulu + Live TV are two of the biggest players in the livestreaming TV game. One is an excellent service that offers a surprising amount of popular entertainment, sports, and local channels at an attractive price point; the other is Sling TV—but we’re getting ahead of ourselves.
Aside from their delivery methods, AT&T TV and DIRECTV are quite similar—right down to the package names, two-year contracts, and ownership (that would be AT&T). AT&T TV is streamed over the internet, and DIRECTV is beamed via satellite in the sky.
Spectrum and AT&T TV are comparable in TV channel availability, bundle options, and overall user-friendliness, but the similarities end there. Spectrum is good ole cable TV, while AT&T TV is carried over shiny new fiber-optic internet—and they’re priced accordingly.
Hulu + Live TV speaks to all the strengths of streaming: a full on-demand library, the most popular shows for cheap, and plenty of space to record your favorite live shows. Meanwhile, DIRECTV NOW has made backward changes that draw too much on its satellite TV origins—complete with bloated packages and pricey add-ons.
Is DISH or AT&T U-verse the best TV provider for you? Choose DISH for nationwide availability and one of the best DVRs in the biz. Choose AT&T U-verse for the huge channel selection and lightning-fast service.