Being one of the largest cities on the East Coast and in the country, Philadelphia has a lot of choices for residents looking to find a cable provider. To make the search easier, we’ve reviewed the many options out there and identified the top three. Here they are:
This should not come as much of a surprise considering Comcast, the parent company of Xfinity, is headquartered in Philadelphia. But this alone isn’t why it made the top spot. It’s also the most widely-available and offers the best service.
For one, the Xfinity DVR works on the cloud, meaning you can access recorded shows from anywhere. And the X1 voice remote makes it easier for you to search for shows and other things you want to watch.
Most packages offer more than 200 channels, and you can also bundle with internet to save even more.
For those looking for an alternative to Xfinity, Spectrum is probably your best choice. Most plans offer more than 200 channels, and perhaps the best thing about Spectrum is that it gives you access to HD for free.
In addition, Spectrum has an extensive On Demand library which includes more than 10,000 titles.
For those who want satellite TV, DirecTV is the best option for you in Philadelphia. You will get access to more than 330 channels, and if you want to pay for it, you can get premium sports packages such as NFL Sunday Ticket and never miss a game.
In addition, since DirectTV is part of AT&T, you can bundle your service with a wireless plan or an internet plan and save even more.
Overall, there are lots of choices for Philadelphia residents, and the three providers on this list represent the best of the best.