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When selecting a television provider for your home, it is important to take into consideration your specific needs before selecting a plan. One of the most common first questions asked is regarding availability of service. If you are in a remote area of the country, your best options are typically Satellite Television Providers like DIRECTV and Dish Network. Both of these providers can mount a satellite dish on your property or house to get a High Definition signal almost anywhere with a clear view of the sky. In addition to the increased availability of these provider's plans, many consumers like the access to entertainment, including sports that might be restricted by region with a typical cable television provider.

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AT&T provides DSL and Television services.

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Bright House provides Fiber, Cable, Television and Phone services.

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WOW! logoWOW!(855) 297-3264WOW! is one of the nation’s leading broadband providers, serving residential, business and wholesale customers in Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Maryland and the Southeast.

WOW! provides Fiber, Cable, DSL and Television services.

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What is Ultra High Definition Television?

Another common question is regarding the quality of your television signal. Many modern TV's are now supporting 4K content in addition to traditional HD or 1080p content. When choosing your provider, make sure to check the supported resolutions available and see if there are any additional fees associated with getting High Definition entertainment. Some providers will charge an additional fee for receivers that support a high definition signal.

What is a DVR?

A DVR or Digital Video Recorder is a device that allows you to record your television content to replay at a later time. In addition to the ability of re-watching previously aired content, many providers allow you to skip through commercials, which originally aired during the broadcast. Much like the additional fees associated with HD Receiver, you will often have to pay an additional receiver fee to add video recording to your television plan. Make sure to check with your provider about any additional fees that you may be charged for adding this service.