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1. You enter your zip code above.
2. We search our database for providers in your area.
3. You choose a cable package and call to order.
Why Cable TV
At CableTV.com we love helping people order cable in Connecticut. Here are a few reasons we love cable. It offers hours of entertainment with HD channels, movies and On Demand always at your fingertips. There is less equipment to install than with satellite TV. It bundles with high-speed internet for one small monthly bill. And when you bundle, you can save up to $400 a year. Plus cable is:
Watching TV in Connecticut
At CableTV.com we know a lot about television, like if you live in Connecticut, you have a 90% chance of subscribing to a TV service like cable TV. In addition to paying for TV, 72% of U.S. subscribers bundle high-speed Internet with their TV service. Connecticut's population is 3,512,102, which means that close to 3,160,892 Connecticuters subscribe to TV broadcasting and 2,528,713 have a bundled subscription. It's surprising, given those numbers, that there are only 245,847 who regularly use their DVRs to make primetime any time.
Connecticut High Speed Internet
Connecticut ranks 14 in the U.S. in Internet speeds. 43% of Connecticuters have an Internet connection 4 Mbps downstream or slower. Broadband adoption increased from 71% in 2009 to 75% in 2010. At the same time, roughly 32% use cable Internet in Connecticut, which is typically faster. Cable Internet connection speeds range from 5-10 Mbps downstream. And since you can bundle them together, Cable TV and Internet in Connecticut are becoming increasingly popular.
CableTV.com Loves Connecticut Actors
For those who are less interested in statistics, here's something interesting about Connecticut andTV. This state is home to a number of TV personalities, including Abby Elliott, who starred in the "Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday." Born in Wilton in 1987, Elliott debuted on television in 2006. While Hollywood may be home now, Elliott will always have roots in The Constitution State.