At CableTV.com we love helping people order cable in Michigan. Here are a few reasons cable service comes highly recommended. 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. Cable Internet is faster than DSL, and a cable bundle can save you up to $400 a year. Plus cable is:
If there are two things we love at CableTV.com, it's television and Michigan. Here are some of the things we know about cable TV here. Did you know that 90% of American consumers have cable TV or satellite? And that 72% of them choose bundles? For Michigan's population of 10,053,439, that equates to nearly 9,048,095 Michiganders with TV and 7,238,476 with bundled subscriptions. Other stats show that 97% of Americans, or 9,751,836 Michiganders, still watch traditional TV even though 48% of us now stream video online. That's around 4,825,651 people converted to the ranks of Hulu and Netflix. But not all of us are watching at the same time. In Michigan, 703,741 are now primarily using their DVR's.
Like Sam and Al from "Quantum Leap," cable TV and Internet in Michigan are inseparable. High-speed Internet service grew from 6,233,132 people in 2009 to 6,635,270 people in 2010. Michigan ranks 30 in the nation in Internet speed but 52% of Michigan households still have downstream speeds of 4 Mbps or less. Cable Internet is blazing fast with 5-10 Mbps downstream speeds, and accounts for 32% of Michigan's web-going population, or about 3,217,100 Michiganders.
Stats are interesting, but they aren't all we know about cable TV in Michigan. Did you know that the "Quintuplets" actor, Andy Richter, is a native of Michigan? Born in Grand Rapids in 1966, Richter debuted on television in 1993. Even though Richter appears in homes across the nation, Michigan will always be home.
You can see that we know digital cable TV like Frodo knows disappearing, and we are excited to help you find your cable provider. Most cable companies don't overlap service areas because the local governments are in charge of licensing. Enter your zip code below to find the Michigan cable provider in your area.