If you have and are looking for cable television providers in Memphis Tennessee, it’s normal if you feel frustrated and overwhelmed; there are just some of the choices. However, we don’t want this to happen to you, so we did our research and created this list of the three best cable providers in Memphis.

#1 AT&T

The first option on this list is AT&T, which we feel is the best because it provides consumers with the most choice. More specifically, it’s the only cable television provider that offers you both traditional cable service as well as satellite TV.

If you go with traditional cable, you will be subscribing to what is known as U-verse. Plans range from 300 to 500 channels, and their priced accordingly.

For those who choose DirecTV, you will be able to watch more than 360 channels. But perhaps most importantly, you also have access to exciting specialty programming packages such as the NFL Sunday ticket.

#2 Spectrum

We would have liked to have rank spectrum higher but it is not as widely available as AT&T, and therefore it could not be put in the number one position.

However, if you do filing to Spectrum service area, you would be wise to consider using it service. This is because Spectrum does a few things that other cable companies refuse to do. For example, Spectrum offers high definition programming at no additional cost. In today’s day and age, this makes sense, as some of the people rely on high-definition television, but most cable companies still charge. Spectrum doesn’t.

#3 Xfinity

The last provided to make it onto this list is XFINITY, which is the cable television service provided by Comcast. It is slightly more expensive than the other options on this list and is also not as widely available as AT&T.

However, there are still plenty of reasons to choose XFINITY, the most compelling being that XFINITY has a rather useful mobile application that makes it much easier to manage and enjoy your cable subscription.

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