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Best deals on cable TV services

By mlamoureux - January 18, 2018

Cable television has definitely changed over the past ten years. From being able to record shows with ease to being able to watch what you love on a phone, tablet, or laptop, it’s safe to say that cable has changed for the better. However, it’s not always easy to decide which deal is best. Some cable TV packages boast of hundreds of channels, but there’s a difference between getting hundreds of channels and getting the channels you actually want. Because it’s a competitive space, the market is saturated with great bargains. We’re here to make it easier for you to figure out which cable TV service is best for you so you can get back to what you love: watching TV.

Roku-Xfinity

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If you’re already set with internet, there aren’t many deals better than Xfinity’s least expensive package. It features 150 channels (including FX, TLC, HGTV, and Bravo) and On Demand services for $49.99 a month for the first 12 months. If you’re looking for something a little more beefy from them, Xfinity also offers a package with over 220 channels and the same On Demand service features for $59.99.

If you’re not set for internet, Xfinity still competes. If you’re the kind who wants to bundle your internet and cable, $110 a month gets you subscription to premium cable options like HBO, Showtime, and STARZ. Xfinity also offers FiOS X1, which allows users to access Netflix. FiOS X1 also has a voice control option — so you can live life hands-free and simply tell your TV which show to start! If you ever need to move, no sweat — Xfinity will make sure that your cable and internet move with you. Just let them know where you’re going and when you’ll be there and they’ll set you up for a smooth transition.

Spectrum

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Spectrum (formerly known as Charter) has grown to be the second largest provider of cable and internet in the United States. Spectrum allows customers to customize their packages, so if you wanted premium cable for $59.99 per month, you can tack on high speed internet for another $29.99. And, for those who still can’t live without their landline, most deals include unlimited nationwide calling.

Currently, their bestselling combo is Spectrum TV + Internet, which offers over 125 channels and allows customers to stream in HD as well as high speed internet. Spectrum has the most HD channels available hands down, and because there are only so many hours in the day, use Spectrum DVR to not miss a second of it. And, if you want to switch from your existing cable provider and move to their service, Spectrum will buy you out of your existing contract.

VERIZON FIOS

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Verizon FiOS may seem like it came out of nowhere, but it’s been making a name for itself in the cable world. Like Spectrum, they will also buy you out of your existing agreement if you want to switch. Also, their internet is fiber-optic. If you want to skip the internet altogether, and stick with basic cable, Verizon FiOS offers one of the cheapest deals out there: $10 a month gets you 20 channels, so if you generally just watch the news and networks like NBC, ABC, FOX, and CBS, then this might be your deal. You can also choose to customize your package by choosing pre-arranged channel deals like Action & Entertainment, Kids & Pop, and Sports & News for $64.99 a month. For the TV fanatics, $74.99 will get you over 255 HD channels and the option to add on the FiOS Gigabit Connection for an extra $20/month. An added bonus: there’s no need to pay any extra fees for installation, as Verizon foots the bill for you.