If you want to know why we here at CableTV.com highly recommend cable in North Carolina, here are a few reasons why. For starters, you get hours of entertainment. You get hundreds of HD channels and On Demand titles. Cable is a better value than satellite; it includes all your local channels, and requires less equipment. And it easily bundles with high-speed Internet for faster billing and more savings. Plus cable is:
The CableTV.com team knows a lot about TV, such as 90% of households subscribe 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. North Carolina's population is 9,303,990, which means that close to 8,373,591 North Carolinians subscribe to TV broadcasting and 6,698,873 have a bundled subscription. It's surprising, given those numbers, that there are only 651,279 who regularly use their DVRs to watch even more shows.
Like Dr. Brennan and Booth from "Bones," cable TV and Internet in North Carolina are a team. Did you know that high-speed Internet use grew from 59% to 65% between 2009 and 2010? Only 43% of North Carolina homes have Internet faster than 4 Mbps. Cable Internet is blazing fast with 5-10 Mbps downstream speeds, and accounts for 32% of North Carolina's web-going population, or about 2,977,277 North Carolinians.
If you are beginning to think that all we know about cable TV and Internet in North Carolina are stats, lets switch subjects. Did you know that the "Matlock" actor, Andy Griffith, is a native of North Carolina? Born in Mount Airy in 1926, Griffith debuted on television in 1954. While the acting career may take them around the world, they still owe an upbringing to North Carolina.
If you can't tell by now, we know digital cable television like Dexter knows gulf streams, and that's why we can provide you with all the information about your local cable provider. Most service areas only have one cable provider. Local governments take care of the licensing, and usually only allow one provider in a given area. Put your zip code in the box below to see who provides cable in your part of North Carolina.