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nekkid

Digital Cable or Satelite?

  

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  1. 1. Digital Cable or Satelite?

    • Digital Cable - 84.95/month
      4
    • Satelite - 71.94
      8
    • Regular Cable - 45.99
      4
    • None - 0
      1


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nekkid    0

I can't decide which to get. :cry:

Digital Cable and Satelite have the same channel selections. Digital Cable is similar to satelite, but is through regular cable line. It's almost as clear as Satelite as well.

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nekkid    0
For internet or what?  I would rather have fast internet than any kind of television proramming.

As in for television :)

I use ADSL for my Internet. I'll never give that up and there's no chance I'd ever get cable Internet.

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Aaron    0

In the UK, BSkyB have more channels than Cable. But its probably different in Canada.

We get a lot of bad weather in the winter, but it hasn't affected the signal on the sky dish :)

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Unwonted    0

Here in North America (especially during snowstorms--I'm in North Dakota) it gets terrible. During sticky snowstorms, it sometimes gets so bad that you have to bundle up, grab a broom, and sweep it.

The satellites that have a footprint over the UK are quite a few years newer, so they most likely have better transmitters in place. Wish we could get some new ones!

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rik    0

I have the same in Texas when it comes to bad weather. When it rains (which can be few and far between) we lose signal on the dish. I would recommend cable if available...

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gamehead200    0

Satellite is much better, despite the fact that you don't get a signal during storms...But there's usually nothing on at those times! :)

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Doggie    0
television is irrelevant, mindless, capitalistic, demographically marketed drivel.

yes maybe but it is good for boredom :)

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nekkid    0
television is irrelevant, mindless, capitalistic, demographically marketed drivel.

Reminds me of the Internet.... :)

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