Satellite VS Cable
Cost
While satellite TV rates have been coming down in recent years due to competition between satellite TV providers, cable rates have increased an average of 8.2% a year. The current cost for the least expensive satellite TV program package is $29.99 per month versus an average of $39.99 for cable TV.
Quality
Satellite TV gives you a 100% digital picture and sound, versus cable TV which uses outdated analog technology.

Some cable companies advertise digital programming, but upon further inspection you'll find they charge extra for this service and offer only a few digital channels. DISH Network broadcasts all of their programs in digital format.
Buyer Beware
Due to the recent rise in popularity of satellite TV, ONLINE dealers have sprung up all over the Internet promising the best deals, the best service, and everything else under the sun. But after you sign up with them they sock you with hidden service fees(most will charge you a $49.99 activation fee), provide you with shoddy installation, and offer zero customer service after the sale. We do NOT charge an activation fee and we are based here in southeastern Wisconsin with LOCAL installers.
The Bottom Line

If you watch just a few television programs a week and have access to over-the-air TV, or if you have cable TV and are happy with your service, then satellite TV probably isn't for you.

If, on the other hand, TV is one of your primary forms of entertainment and you want the biggest variety of shows, movies, sports, and news, ... if you're tired of fuzzy reception and want digital-quality picture and sound ... if your cable bill is beginning to equal your mortgage payment - then satellite TV is just what you're looking for.

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