riffjim4069 said:Dish Network (DishHD) currently offers the best overall HD experience (most HD and best quality HD) of any of the providers; they are followed by FiOS TV who have the best quality HD, great service pricing...however, they are a new service and have limited service areas at present; cable generally does a pretty good job with quality, but they generally have limited availability....
Absolutely. DirecTV and Dish Network customers services are better than cable...FiOS is too new to rate, but almost all of my Telco experiences have been favorable. BTW, I am somewhat jaded because I am an Adelphia broadband customer (not by choice).korsjs said:i think everyone would agree that if you live in a fios tv area, go with them unless you really want the voom channels.
chrisw27 said:Separate bill for DSL and Phone? Um.. right.. You can get AT&T for Dish Network, Phone, and DSL, even a lot cheaper than cable. Also with cable, most of your shows are delayed 3 hours if you live in the west coast plus they can take over your commercials with local promotion stuff on any channel, and you get a whole bunch of fuzzy analog channels. Think you can take control of your TV to block out unwanted channels from everyone? Think again, all the person needs to do is set the cable box to 'Bypass' or unplug the cable and plug it straight into the TV and they can watch all the analog channels you blocked. Cable is only good for internet and phone. Fiber optic is the latest technology so get Verizon's FiOS if its available.
korsjs said:i think everyone would agree that if you live in a fios tv area, go with them unless you really want the voom channels.