With options for both high quality and budget entertainment packages, decision-making gets tricky. You could easily opt for Verizon Fios Home Internet’s flashy fiber tech or Spectrum’s massive on-demand TV library. But if your building doesn’t have access to landline services, your only internet choice would be Viasat—yikes.
Laggy internet is better than no internet, but the burden of buffering is rough when the building next door probably has gigabit speeds.
At least you can get your fill of sports with DIRECTV or DISH no matter where you live. Go Yankees! Or Mets, if you prefer. It doesn’t matter either way, since their games play on local channels included in either DISH or DIRECTV packages.