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When I think of satellite TV providers, certain words come to mind. Some of the words have a positive connotation to them, others a negative connotation. Some words are neutral, neither negative or positive, just associative with the type of service they provide.

Dish – You have to have one of those satellite dishes attached to your house or located somewhere on your property if you have satellite TV. Thankfully, they are much smaller now than they used to be, but you still can’t exactly hide it. It needs to be out in the open to get reception.
Rural – Most people that I know who use satellite TV providers live in rural settings. They don’t have the option of cable TV, so they’ve opted for satellite TV to give them multiple channels.

Internet – Most satellite TV providers also offer internet access at an additional charge to their customers. Again, these customers don’t usually have the option of cable internet but may have DSL or dialup options available for internet service.

Weather – It seems like satellite TV providers aren’t able to quite eliminate weather interference with the signal reception. Although it appears to have improved over what it was in previous years, and is not as big of a problem.
Selections – Subscribers to satellite TV are known for having many more television channels to select from than cable subscribers. This seems to always have been the biggest positive aspect of satellite TV.
Record – Recording options seem to be provided to satellite TV users in many of their packages. It also seems that I hear more of their clients referring to the use of these features, as well.
Receiver – In addition to the exterior dish, satellite TV users also have a receiver box located inside their home and connected to their television.
Contract – Unlike the month-to-month billings, people experience with cable TV, satellite TV customers have a more detailed contract to deal with. The contracts also seem to run for one or two years, rather than just a month at a time, as they do with cable.

Installers – Because of the positioning needed for the installation of a satellite dish, satellite TV installers seem to require more time than is normally required for the simpler cable hookup.

Package – Most satellite TV providers advertise their different ‘packages’, almost using the lowest priced package as their example in price. Cable TV providers do the same thing of course. It seems like there are always ‘new packages’ being advertised by both.

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  1. negrielectronics1 // June 23, 2011 at 3:58 AM  

    I think that are more than ten! Am i right???

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  2. connan // June 23, 2011 at 9:56 AM  

    I enjoy watching TV with DISH Network and yes there is a one down fall about a DISH is in really bad weather you might have a interruption in your service, but I have a DVR and a lot of things recorded that I can watch which I don’t mind at all. They sent me great technicians and they were very helpful and educated me on my equipment. DISH has the best DVR's in the industry and I have the 922 DVR that has sling capabilities loaded (this means I can get TV everywhere on my mobile device) and is 3D compatible. A co-worker at DISH told me that DISH also has DISH online for customers to go online and have access to all of there programs online and you can down load the DISH Remote Access to use your computer as a remote and manage your DVR conflicts. Check out this link

  3. // September 10, 2011 at 6:38 PM  

    One of the best things about watching a movie at home is that you are able to decide when you want to start it.Busy families find it hard to adjust their schedule,so in order to make the most of your time with your family and of course to save money from going out to the local cinema,it is a frugal choice to stay at home and enjoy your satellite tv packages.

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