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Best Providers by Connection Type

Each TV connection type has pros and cons to suit different needs. Depending on which provider you go with, things like channel lineups, availability, and pricing will vary.

doneLess susceptible to service interruptions

closeStandalone TV packages can be pricey

doneGreat picture quality & lots of channel add-ons

closeMay lose signal during inclement weather

doneAffordable TV alternative available everywhere

closeRequires a stable internet connection

Find the Best TV Providers in Your Area

ProviderStarting PriceMax Channel CountSimultaneous DVR RecordingsFind My Provider
DIRECTV$64.99/mo.*330+5Check in My Area
Xfinity$30.00/mo. – $89.99/mo.10 – 260+0 – 6Check in My Area
Spectrum$49.99/mo. – $99.99/mo.125 – 250+6Check in My Area
Optimum$30/mo.420+15Check in My Area
DISH$69.99/mo.*290+16Check in My Area
ProviderDIRECTV
Starting Price$64.99/mo.*
Max Channel Count330+
Simultaneous DVR Recordings5
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ProviderXfinity
Starting Price$30.00/mo. – $89.99/mo.
Max Channel Count10 – 260+
Simultaneous DVR Recordings0 – 6
Check in My Area
ProviderSpectrum
Starting Price$49.99/mo. – $99.99/mo.
Max Channel Count125 – 250+
Simultaneous DVR Recordings6
Check in My Area
ProviderOptimum
Starting Price$30/mo.
Max Channel Count420+
Simultaneous DVR Recordings15
Check in My Area
ProviderDISH
Starting Price$69.99/mo.*
Max Channel Count290+
Simultaneous DVR Recordings16
Check in My Area

How We Evaluate

From hidden fees to channel lineups, finding the right TV plan can feel overwhelming. To help, our experts review top providers on categories like performance, affordability, and customer satisfaction to bring you the best TV options near you.

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Things to Consider When Shopping for TV

Channel Lineup

Most TV providers offer custom packages so you get exactly what you want. This varies from local and premium channels to Live Sports and On Demand movies. Consider what content you want to access, and narrow your options from there.

TV Fees

On top of your actual service, most TV providers charge extra fees like equipment rentals and broadcasting fees that can increase your monthly bill. So, read the fine print and be sure to compare your options before signing on the dotted line.

Consider Bundling

Bundling home services is a great way to save you money and simplify your monthly bills. These services can include internet, TV, phone, or security services. Ask your provider what bundles they offer and compare them to other options near you.

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What internet speed do you need?

That depends on how you use the internet.

Find Speed

<50 Mbps

Great for individuals to browse the internet, check email, and other basic browsing.

50-100 Mbps

Great for streaming Netflix, videos, and online meetings.

100-200 Mbps

Great for streaming high quality videos, fast downloads, video games, and multiple devices.

200+ Mbps

Great for doing almost anything at ultra fast speeds.

FAQ

TV FAQs

We do not provide TV service ourselves. Instead, we connect you to available cable and satellite providers near you who can get you set up.

We use your zip code to determine which TV providers are available near you. After we match you with the right providers from our database, your zip code is wiped from our search tool.

Most TV providers offer decent discounts to customers who pair two or more services together. Typically, you can see savings of up to $40 on your monthly bill when you bundle internet and TV services together.

Internet typically costs between $40 – $100 depending on the plan you select. This may include not only your service but also extra fees like an equipment rental or installation. Check with your provider and compare plans before signing up.

Cable and satellite TV differ in price, installation, and equipment. Cable TV uses coaxial cables and a cable box, while satellite TV delivers service using a satellite dish. Still, both TV connections offer access to local and nationwide channels.

Also called “Ultra-HD TV,” 4K is a picture resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, or about four times the resolution you get with regular HD TV. This translates to sharper images, however, you need a 4K TV and a TV provider that offers 4K programming to get it.