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After the fiasco that is Sparklight internet data caps, Sparklight TV packages are refreshingly straightforward, if overpriced.
Ignore the Economy package ($42.00 a month, up to 20 channels). It’s not worth paying monthly for all the same local channels (and their subchannels) that you can get with an over-the-air (OTA) antenna, which costs as little as $30.00 and is easy to install by yourself.
Standard Cable TV ($94.50 a month) has up to 100 channels—the basic channels you’d expect, minus Viacom channels like MTV and Nickelodeon. And it’s overall slimness doesn’t warrant the price tag, considering you can get 290+ channels (including Viacom channels) from DISH for just $0.49 more per month.
If you want more channels, Sparklight has the Digital Value Pack add-on ($16 a month), which has 24 more channels including NFL Network, Game Show Network, CBS Sports, Discovery Life, Science Channel, and Lifetime Movie Network.
For more help choosing the best Sparklight TV plan for you, head over to our Sparklight TV review. We’ve got some helpful tips on DVRs that you won’t want to miss.
Sparklight channel lineup