If you want to know why we here at CableTV.com highly recommend cable in North Dakota, here are a few reasons why. You get hours of entertainment. There are hundreds of HD channels, movies and On Demand titles always available. With less equipment and fewer weather-related interruptions, cable is a better value than satellite. 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. And of those subscriptions, 72% choose to bundle their TV with Internet. North Dakota's population is 641,566, which means that close to 577,409 North Dakotans subscribe to TV broadcasting and 461,928 have a bundled subscription. Even though nearly 307,952 North Dakotans now watch Hulu and Netflix, only 44,910 people in North Dakota use a DVR.
As we said, 461,928 people have cable TV and Internet in North Dakota. And broadband usage is still growing. The Peace Garden State ranks 34 in the U.S. in Internet speeds, and here are some other interesting internet facts:
If you are beginning to think that all we know about cable TV and Internet in North Dakota are stats, lets switch subjects. North Dakota is home to a number of different TV stars. Take Alan Ritchson, for instance. You know, star of "Blue Mountain State". Before getting started in 2006, Ritchson was born in Grand Forks in 1984. While Hollywood may be home now, Ritchson will always have roots in The Peace Garden State.
You can see that we know digital cable TV like Peter Griffin knows the Pawtucket Brewery, 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 North Dakota cable provider in your area.