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Choosing a satellite TV company shouldn’t be difficult, but it is. Provider sites can be filled with industry jargon and an overwhelming number of choices. Here are some important things to know before making your final decision.
Each provider has something different to offer when it comes to channels. You should base your decision on which provider offers the channels that are important to you. Here are a few of the most popular packages:
Most providers offer bundles. The most common bundle is TV and internet. Chances are, you use internet, and if you do, you can definitely save by bundling. Usually you can get multiple services for close to the same price as the original service. You’ll need to find out what internet speed you need, as well as the broadband service you can get. This can help you narrow down your choices.
Keep in mind that not all bundles are good. Check the price of each bundle, and make sure that it’s one that fits your needs.
Most providers constantly run promotional deals to entice customers. Taking advantage of those can save you money. However, don’t be bewitched by the advertising ploys. If the plan doesn’t meet your needs, it’s not a good deal.
Most of us are scared to negotiate, but a little haggling can have huge payoffs. You may not get the price lowered, but the company may throw in some extras. It definitely doesn’t hurt to ask! Know what other satellite TV providers are offering and use that information in the negotiating process.
Satellite TV is a system in which the broadband center broadcasts the television signal via satellite. The satellite bounces the signal back to earth, which is picked up by a satellite dish and then converted to a TV picture through a receiver.
Yes, almost all satellite TV providers offer your local channels for free with any package. To find out what channels are available in your area, check your provider’s coverage on their website.
Yes, most providers will provide a DVR when you sign up, although some charge extra for them. Ask your provider if you have any additional questions regarding a DVR.