Choosing your Provider
Just as the 1980s
were dominated by the "soda war" between Coke and Pepsi,
there's now a new clash being waged in America. This time it's between
the two major DBS suppliers: Directv and dish network.
The two providers
are strangely constant in almost every aspect, and all these resemblances
may have you speculating why there are two companies at all. Although
these two companies don't differ by much, they're not completely
has been around longer than dish network, and thus it has more customers;
however, this is not to say that it's a better system. One exclusive
feature of directv is the bone-crunching amount of sports it offers.
For the fanatical sports fans, direct tv's NFL Ticket, NBA League
Pass, MLB Extra Innings, and NHL Center Ice are all features that
broadcast virtually every game of the respective sport.
• DISH NETWORK:
One benefit of this service is that it has the furthermost number
of satellite bandwidth allocations, which means that they have the
prospective to eventually broadcast close to 500 channels. One disadvantage,
however, is that dish network does not offer the seasonal sports
packages. However, dish network is hyped as having better customer
provider for directv satellite system is a rough determination because
both systems have an expansive range of similar options. The current best offers which we update regularly are listed in the black box to the right. The most
sensible decision maker would be to use the cost of the service,
but your bill will depend on which package you choose. So the best
piece of advice is to think about what characteristics appeal you
and get the provider that will meet all or most of your needs.