Lets be honest, we all want satellite TV for as little as we can get away with paying for it. All those extra channels and choice are so sweet to have, but a high bill at the end of the month can really take that sweetness away. I am going to outline for you here where you should go in order to get the best and cheapest deals on Satellite TV packages.
Who is the cheapest?
Cutting right to the chase, the least expensive package is Dish Networks Top 120 package. For less than $1 per day, you get over one hundred and twenty (the clue is in the name) channels which include over thirty music channels and three months free HBO and Showtime. As if that were not good enough, you also get a whole range of local channels included. This package really is exceptional value.
Even the equipment is free - so if you want to watch in High Definition, they will give you a free set top box to allow this. And if you want to record up to 200 hours of programming, they will even give you a free DVR receiver too. Even the installation is free of charge, which is really good news since setting up a satellite dish and receiver box can be a real pain to do by yourself. The installer will even give you a run through of how to use and get the best out of your new satellite set up.
Given all of this, it should be little surprise to hear that they have been awarded 1st place out of all the US cable and satellite providers. Their aggressively low pricing strategy, coupled with their apparent insistence on over delivering value make them very hard to beat. Click on the following link to see Dish Network reviews and promotions.
What do DirecTV offer?
For $30 per month (A clear $5 more than Dish Networks most comparable package) DirecTV will give you one hundred and fifty channels, with close to fifty music channels and all the local channels in your area. They will not charge for installation either,
Where the DirecTV package really lets you down, however, is on the hardware. If you want an High Definition, or DVR receiver, then you will need to opt for a much more expensive package, as only the basic receiver is available at this price point with DirecTV.
What about cable?
Over the last few years, the trend in pricing for cable has been consistently rising. Currently, if you wanted to take out a comparable cable package to the packages that have been outlined in this article, you would need to agree to pay a massive $120 more per year than the cheapest satellite alternative mentioned. On top of that HD comes with an additional price tag.
Looking at the options, as broken down above, its clear that although DirectTV do offer a few more channels than Dish Network (150 vs 120) the DirecTV offering is significantly more expensive. Therefore if price is the key factor for you, then you need to conclude that Dish Network is the way to go.
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