Dish Network Vs Cable TV

By: Doug Smith

You just have to look at the facts to see the many advantages Dish Network offers over cable. You are able to obtain a low entry price of around twenty dollars which is a steal when compared to cable TV's entry fee of around seventy dollars.

Dish Network is the largest satellite TV provider in America. Its services provide customers with advanced technology and great customer service. Combine that with a huge variety of channels and packages as well as professional installation and you have one of the most successful Satellite TV providers in the world.

It is a fact that even the best cable companies only offer about one hundred and fifty channels at the most while Dish Network offers hundreds. Dish Network offers premium channels such as ESPN Game day and NBA League Pass. There are no cable providers that offer these sports channels so for sports fans Dish Network is a must-have.

The main factor that makes Dish Network better than cable is its availability. Cable TV service is only available to those who are residents of town with access. However if you are a Dish Network subscriber signals can be received from anywhere in America as long as the satellite dish is directed towards the southern sky.

The amount of data cables can send is limited so cable companies are currently trying to fix this issue by using higher capacity cables but they still do not meet the high demand for consumer TV and HDTV programming.

Dish Network subscribers get better picture and sound quality than cable subscribers, generally about three times the resolution. This clearer picture quality is because Dish Network transmits its signals using electromagnetic waves. These waves are not constrained by common bandwidth issues that lower the picture and sound quality. Eventually everyone will switch over to Dish Network or other satellite TV providers; there are just too many reasons not to.

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