Indianapolis, IN (PressExposure) May 29, 2009 -- Since the government is mandating that we get rid of our bunny ears, we all have the choice to make of which digital provider we will switch to. Satellite or cable?
Not only is satellite TV a less expensive option, but it's also a more reliable source for your cable. If you've heard that satellite TV operates like your cell phone, and can get "out of range" of the provider, think again. Satellite TV operates on satellites that orbit at the same rate of speed the earth does, guaranteeing that you never "lose service" or drift out of that direct line of sight that provides your cable.
Satellite TV is available to anyone who wants it, no matter how urban or rural, whereas cable is generally available only in the more urban areas. Also, if you are shopping around for better High Definition channels, satellite TV currently dominates the market on High Definition quality and quantity. There are too many complications that accompany cable, that you will never have to worry about with satellite TV. For example, with every special feature you add on to your cable, it requires you to purchase another box. Satellite TV services will set you up with all the boxes you need (up front), so there are no additional box fees if you decide to add another feature.
If you have qualms about satellite TV because of the internet options it provides, just know that DSL is very comparable to high speed internet, and generally runs about $20.00 cheaper per month. And just like your television channels, your internet will not lose service or get out of range. No more worrying about whether or not your cable provided internet server is going to be working when you need it to. DSL is extremely fast and is always there when you need it!
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