Cable TV Can't Compete With Dish Network's HDTV Service

 


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As cable bills have continued to rise and cable companies have had trouble keeping up with current technology, many cable subscribers are changing over to satellite TV. These people are making the right choice. Dish Network, as the fastest growing satellite TV company with a subscriber base of over 12 million, provides its customers with the most programming options and best equipment at very low prices. Cable TV is struggling to keep up with technologies like digital transmissions and HDTV because it is limited by low-bandwidth underground cables. These cables need to be replaced with higher volume ones at a very high cost to cable subscribers. Dishnetwork, however, relies on geosynchronously orbiting satellites that relay signals through airwaves back to individual satellite dishes. These signals are not limited in bandwidth the way cables are, so DishTV is able to offer advanced services to all its customers. This means you get more options and better service when you sign up with Dishnetwork.

When you start looking at Dish Network's service, you will be amazed by the number of channels you can subscribe to. There are over 800 options with all sorts of specialty programming like international channels and sports networks. Even Dish Network's smallest package includes 40 great channels like Animal Planet, C-Span, and TV Land- all for a cost less that buying 2 pizzas a month! Dish Network's America's Top 120 is a great combination of a large amount of programming with a very low cost. This package offers plenty of entertaining and informative channels like HGTV, MTV, CNN, Disney, and Food Network, plus lots of audio music and SIRIUS radio channels. For the ultimate programming in standard definition, America's Everything Pak gives 180 of the nation's favorite channels plus the HBO, Starz, Showtime, and Cinemax premium movie packages. Of course, if you want extra programming, Dish Network offers plenty of choices. From sports to movies, you can add additional channels to make your package more to your liking. And Dish-on-Demand is available if you want to watch the latest releases without running out to the video store. DishTV also offers all you local channels, so you don't have to give up on local news and programming just because you switch to satellite TV.

While all of Dishnetwork's programming is in 100% digital format, you may want to upgrade to even better picture quality with a HDTV package. All you need, in addition to your HD television set, is a HD receiver and one of Dishnetwork's HD programming packages. When you sign up for HD programming through Dish Network , you not only get a great selection of 29 HD channels, but you also receive between 80 and 200 standard definition channels. This ensures you get the most options and best programming, even if some of your favorite shows are not yet offered in HDTV.

Along with Dishnetwork's great programming and high quality broadcasts, you can take advantage of the best television technology currently available. All receivers offer great features like interactive TV, electronic program guides and parental locks. Plus, you can choose a receiver with a built-in DVR, which will take the hassle out of recording your preferred programs. In fact, a DVR (Digital Video Recorder) not only records and stores any chosen program, but it will let you pause, rewind, and replay your live television programming too! Now that is convenience. And if you choose a receiver with two tuners, you can independently operate two televisions without needing a separate receiver.

If you want to replace your cable service- or other satellite service- with a company that offers an incredible level of programming, convenient technology and great quality, you will love the service that Dishnetwork offers. Plus, if you switch now, you will not only receive your installation and equipment free, but you may qualify for special rebates and rewards. Switch to the best. Start now.

J. Hall writes articles for consumers who want to find the best Dish Network offers currently available. She has written for many major publications about the latest satellite TV deals and promotions and how buyers can find the best discounts.

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