Verizon Fios offers dramatically faster speeds than traditional cable and DSL providers, with anywhere between 50 Mbps and 1,000 Mbps upload and download depending on your plan. Even their low-end plans offer upload speeds around five times what you get on cable, which matters most for uploading files and two-way apps like Skype and FaceTime. Verizon FiOS TV, one of their main services, is very popular among TV watchers due to its amazing picture quality, reliable DVRs, and diverse… Read More
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DirecTV has long been the “premium” option for HD TV across the US. If you need proof, just walk outside and look at the roof of any building. There’s almost certainly a DirecTV receiver or two clinging to it. Since being acquired by AT&T, their customer service has gone down a little and the pricing has gotten more complicated. Take a look at the average prices I’ve calculated in the plans table below to see what you’ll pay over… Read More
Sling TV makes a strong case for cord cutters on your Roku channel list. However, it comes with a few caveats, especially for sports fans and local TV.
Dish is a popular alternative to cable or digital TV, and sports an on-demand content library with thousands of blockbuster… Read More
CenturyLink provides a dependable Internet service that isn’t as fast as their cable and fiber competitors, but strives to make… Read More