Quick Picks CenturyLink is best for budget shoppers, rural residents, and renters or students. Cox is better for gamers, sports… Read More
The TV Nerd's Take CenturyLink is my recommendation for budget shoppers, homes with multiple TVs, and family homes that need… Read More
The TV Nerd's Take Charter provides solid no-surprise pricing and some of the best HD digital TV in the US,… Read More
The TV Nerd's Take Charter Spectrum‘s TV is strong on pricing when bundled with their Internet service. Dish TV offers… Read More
Comparing Charter Spectrum vs Frontier, the core difference is flexibility in the contract length and customer service quality. Spectrum wins in both areas.
The TV Nerd's Take: Charter Spectrum offers data cap-free service that’s great for cord cutters and techies. Read More
The TV Nerd's Take Cox Cable offers cable in most areas, making it a good choice for cord cutters. Their… Read More
Cox can be a good deal for families on a budget, but Verizon Fios almost always reigns supreme thanks to their ultra-fast fiber network.
The TV Nerd's Take Cox is a good plan since you can bundle Internet and cable TV for one monthly… Read More