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Why Cable TV
Here are some of our favorite reasons for anyone interested in cable TV in Mississippi. It gives you hundreds of HD channels, movies and On Demand titles. Unlike satellite, cable doesn't require a lot of equipment, and the signal won't drop in bad weather. Cable TV bundles with high-speed Internet, so you only pay one low monthly bill for both services. Bundles can even save you up to $400 a year. Plus cable is:
Cable TV in The Magnolia State
Want to learn more about cable TV in Mississippi? Keep reading. Did you know that 90% of American consumers have cable TV or satellite? And that 72% of them choose bundles? For Mississippi's population of 2,935,295, that equates to nearly 2,641,766 Mississippians with TV and 2,113,412 with bundled subscriptions. Or, how about the fact that while almost half of you, 1,408,942 to be precise, stream video on the internet, there are still a 97%, or 2,847,236 still watching live broadcasts. DVR use has grown to 7% of the U.S.'s total TV viewing, but 85%, or almost 2,495,001 Mississippians are still content to catch their favorite shows on the network's timeline.
Cable Internet in Mississippi
Mississippi ranks 47 in the U.S. in Internet speeds. 67% of Mississippians have an Internet connection 4 Mbps downstream or slower. Broadband adoption increased from 42% in 2009 to 52% in 2010. 939,294 use cable high-speed Internet. Cable typically provides between 5-10 Mbps, and sometimes up to 25 Mbps. And since you can bundle them together, Cable TV and Internet in Mississippi are becoming increasingly popular.
Watch Mississippi Actors on Cable TV
If you are beginning to think that all we know about cable TV and Internet in Mississippi are stats, lets switch subjects. Mississippi is home to a number of different TV stars. Take Allie Grant, for instance. You know, star of "Suburgatory". Grant got started on the small screen in 2005, but got started in life in Tupelo in 1994. Even though Grant appears in homes across the nation, Mississippi will always be home.