Here at CableTV.com, we help Nevada residents order cable service. If you want to know why cable is a great choice, here are a few of our favorite reasons. It offers hours of entertainment with HD channels, movies and On Demand always at your fingertips. Cable TV requires less equipment than satellite, and you can bundle it with high-speed internet. Cable Internet is faster than DSL, and a cable bundle can save you up to $400 a year. Plus cable is:
Here at CableTV.com, we love TV. So much so, that we gathered a lot of information about cable TV in Nevada. According to Nielsen, about 90% of consumers in the U.S. pay for cable or satellite, and 72% bundle these subscriptions with high-speed Internet. For Nevada's population of 2,656,485, that equates to nearly 2,390,837 Nevadans with TV and 1,912,669 with bundled subscriptions. Other stats show that 97% of Americans, or 2,576,790 Nevadans, still watch traditional TV even though 48% of us now stream video online. That's around 1,275,113 people converted to the ranks of Hulu and Netflix. But not all of us are watching at the same time. In Nevada, 185,954 are now primarily using their DVR's.
In Nevada, cable Internet provides download speeds between 5-10 Mbps. Why bring that up? Well, 58% of Internet users in Nevada are below the 4 Mbps minimum broadband speed set by the FCC. That's 1,540,761 people that could benefit from the faster speeds of cable internet in Nevada.
Stats are interesting, but they aren't all we know about cable TV in Nevada. This state is home to a number of TV personalities, including Abby Dalton, who starred in the "Hennesey." Born in Las Vegas in 1935, Dalton debuted on television in 1957. While Hollywood may be home now, Dalton will always have roots in The Silver State.
By now you can see we know digital cable television like Wolverine knows adamantium, 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 Nevada cable provider in your area.