The satellite TV will allow you to access more channels than the cable one, but this depends on your provider (usually around 300)
The downtimes that you will experience with satellite TV subscription are less than 1%, which means that there are almost none at all.
Most of the satellite TV providers will offer you 24/7 technical support and they will get every problem repaired withing less than a day.
The quality of the picture with satellite TV subscription is way better than this with cable one.
Here is a hub with the basic features of the satellite TV subscription and I think you will find it useful. http://hubpages.com/hub/Satellite-TV-Basic-Features
Satellite TV provides good clarity pictures and if you are staying in a foreign country, you cannot expect the local cable operator to provide you with the channels of your choice. Satellite TV provides you the choice of channels to watch and with clarity. They are also capable of providing HD quality feed if the television channel broadcasts in HD quality.
by ptrgenchev 7 years ago
Are all of the satellite TV providers also digital TV providers?
by Canal_Digital 8 years ago
What do you prefer cable or satellite TV?What is your personal favorite - satellite or cable TV and please explain why.
by shashigai 8 years ago
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by papasposse 8 years ago
how do we combat the rising costs of cable and satellite tv
by ptrgenchev 8 years ago
What sort of equipment do you need for satellite TV?Do you need only a dish or a dish and a receiver. Are there different types? Do I have to buy it separately from the TV Plan ?
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 10 months ago
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