Also known as Big D, Dallas is one of the nation’s largest markets. This translates to lots of choices for cable TV shoppers. TO make things easier, we’ve reviewed the many options and chosen the best three.
Part of what sets Frontier apart in the Dallas market is that it uses fiber optic technology, which means the picture quality is going to much better than what you might get from other providers.
In addition, Frontier offers a multi-room HD DVR which allows you to record your shows and then watch them wherever you want, in full high-definition.
AT&T is on this list because it offers so much to Dallas-area residents. For one, you can choose its traditional U-Verse service, which gives you access to more than 550 channels if you pick the premium plan. Or, you can go for something more modest and save money.
In addition, DirecTV is also available to Dallas residents, and although its run independently, its now a part of AT&T, which means you can bundle with wireless and internet plans to save even more money and get more value.
DirecTV is nice because it allows you to purchase NFL Sunday Ticket, which gives you access to out-of-market football, although who would want that with the Cowboys in town. Nevertheless, AT&T offers quite a few options and is a great choice.
Spectrum is a great option because it offers you more than 200 channels in HD, and it doesn’t cost you extra to get this better quality video.
Also, Spectrum has one of the most extensive On Demand libraries in the country, with more than 10,000 titles available to you whenever you want to watch.
All in all, it’s tough to find a bad option for cable TV in Dallas. These three options, though, are a cut above the rest.