What is better satellite or cable TV?
This is probably the ultimate question when it comes to television. Looking for someone to share how to make the choice
It all depends upon what's available between one and the other, if cost isn't a factor.
In some cases, certain channels are not available on cable, but from a clarity point of view, there is less likelihood of cable being interfered with by atmospheric anomalies.
Personally, I went for the channel choice, but when I made the decision, cable wasn't as widely available.
Satellite is not the problem it used to be. I just switched from cable and the picture quality is far superior and if it storms the interruption is short and at worst you just reboot and a few minutes later you're back in business.
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