When combined with Dallas, Fort Worth and the surrounding metro area is one of the biggest cities in the country. And whether you’ve called it home for some time or are moving there, shopping for a cable TV provider can be stressful and overwhelming. So, we did research and created this list to help.
Frontier offers the best combination of price and quality. The most popular plans from Frontier include 445 channels, which is much more than the basic plans offered by the competition. Frontier also has an impressive On Demand library to make sure that you never run out of things to watch.
It’s also possible to bundle your Frontier cable with internet and/or phone, helping you save.
AT&T’s U-Verse offers you plans that range from 300 to 550 channels, although they tend to be a bit more expensive than the competition.
However, AT&T is a great option for those who are already AT&T wireless customers, as you can bundle the two services together and take advantage of some excellent savings.
For those who want something a bit different, AT&T now offers satellite TV through its partner, DirecTV, which would give you the option to purchase things such as the NFL Sunday Ticket.
Spectrum would be higher on this list were it available in more areas. Its more popular plans offer fewer channels, but they are all in HD, and this comes at no extra cost. In addition, the Spectrum On Demand library has more than 10,000 titles in it, much more than the competition, so you don’t need to worry about not being able to find a program that suits your tastes.
Overall, no matter which of these three you choose, you’re going to be satisfied with your service.