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What are the best cable TV providers?

Most cable companies offer TV, internet and home phone services, but plans, pricing and channel offerings will vary by provider. Here’s a look at the top cable TV providers, according to Reviews.com.

  • Cox – High customer satisfaction
  • Mediacom – Genre-specific add-ons
  • Spectrum – Flexible bundle deals
  • XFINITY – Lots of channel packages

As ranked by Reviews.com as of 2/19/19.
Reviews.com is owned and operated by an affiliate of Allconnect, Inc. However, Allconnect, Inc. is not involved in or responsible for the production of Reviews.com content, including the rankings cited on this page.

The “best” cable companies for your home are the ones with cable services in your area and offer the plans and features you want for the lowest price. Find cable TV providers in your area and compare plans and service features with Allconnect®.

What cable TV providers are in my area?

Cable companies typically operate in specific areas to keep their costs low and offer customers affordable cable plans. Therefore, where you live will largely determine what your options are for cable TV providers in your area.

Top cable company service areas

  • CoxAvailable in 19 states. Primary service areas include the Southwest, central U.S., and the Northeast.
  • MediacomAvailable in 21 states. Primary service areas include the Midwest, central U.S. and the Mid-Atlantic.
  • Optimum – Available in 4 states. Primary service areas include the Northeast and greater NYC area.
  • Spectrum Available in 41 states. Primary service areas include the South, Midwest and West Coast.
  • XFINITYAvailable in 39 states. Primary service areas include the Northwest, Great Lakes area and eastern U.S.

Source: broadbandmap.fcc.gov

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Cable TV and bundle pricing

ProvidersStandalone TV starting at*TV and internet starting at*Bundle savings*Cable TV channels

Cox
$25/mo.$44.99/mo.$0/mo.75-250+
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Mediacom
N/A$49.98/mo.N/A100-230+
Optimum by Altice
Optimum
$59.95/mo.$64.99/mo.$39.99/mo.220-420+
Charter Spectrum
Spectrum
$44.99/mo.$89.98/mo.$0/mo.125-200+
XFINITY
XFINITY
$30/mo.$49.99/mo.$20/mo.10-260+

*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. As of 2/20/19.

While most cable companies offer standalone TV services, many also offer TV and internet bundles with built-in savings. Other providers, such as Mediacom, may only offer cable TV service with a TV and internet bundle.

Along with saving you money on your monthly bill and possibly installation costs, bundling cable TV and internet could qualify you for equipment upgrades, extra package options and more. Plus, cable TV and internet bundles make shopping for home services simple.

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Advantages of cable TV service

Why choose cable for your home? There are a few reasons why cable may be a better choice over other TV and internet options in your area. Here are some advantages to cable TV service:

Cable companies make it easy to combine TV, internet and home phone services into one package. A convenient way to shop and pay for home services, bundles can also save you money.

Cable service, from a variety of cable companies, covers 90% of the U.S. Cable providers and available plans will vary by location. Use Allconnect to find cable TV providers near you.

Most cable providers offer a few TV package options that include local channels and popular networks. You can also customize your channel lineup with add-on packages for sports, movies and more.

Cable lines typically deliver a strong, reliable connection for TV and internet services. Cable service is also not as susceptible as satellite to service interruptions during bad weather.

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What are the best alternatives to cable?

If you’re not interested in cable, or cable TV service isn’t available in your area, there are a few alternatives that will still bring you a great TV viewing experience. Check out some of these popular alternatives to cable TV service.

  • Satellite TV – Plans starting at $35/mo.*  Major satellite TV providers DIRECTV and DISH offer similar, if not better, TV packages and features. You can also bundle internet with DIRECTV or DISH in most areas.
  • Fiber TV and IPTV – Plans starting at $19/mo.* Get a fiber TV connection with Frontier or Verizon, or an internet protocol connection from providers such as AT&T or CenturyLink for a TV experience similar to what you get with cable.
  • Streaming services – Plans starting at $8/mo.* Streaming services like Netflix and Hulu are a popular alternative to cable. If you want to cut the cord and keep your live TV, check out DIRECTV NOW. Streaming services will require a reliable internet connection.
  • Local channels – Free. With an HD antenna, you can pick up local channel broadcasts for free and watch news, local sports and primetime TV shows. You can get an antenna from your local electronics retailer for as little as $20.

*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. As of 2/20/19.

Frequently asked cable TV questions

Get answers to common questions about cable companies and services here. For more information, call to speak with our cable experts.

Basic cable TV plans can range from around $30 to $60 per month.* Higher-tiered packages can run $100 per month or more. Equipment and add-on packages can also increase the monthly cost. Bundling cable TV with internet is a good way to lower the cost of cable.

*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. As of 1/23/19.

There are many reasons, but the main reason is to help keep costs low. With all the expenses that come with providing cable service, attempting to offer new services where another cable provider is already established would not be cost-effective.

Quite often, yes. Most cable TV providers offer price discounts and other incentives, such as equipment upgrades, when you bundle TV and internet together. Call Allconnect for cable TV bundle pricing in your area.

If you’re moving to a new place, you could have TV and internet options from cable, fiber and satellite providers. To find cable providers, such as Cox, Spectrum and XFINITY, in your area, start with Allconnect. We’ll show you available cable providers and plans in your new area.

Many cable companies are also popular home phone service providers and offer TV, internet and home phone bundles. You can likely add home phone to a cable TV and internet bundle for a low additional monthly cost. Some cable providers may even include home phone service with your TV bundle at no extra cost.

Many cable providers have an app that allows you to stream cable TV from your smart devices with a TV subscription. There are a select few over-the-top services, such as Hulu, Roku and DIRECTV NOW. However, to get the best selection of live TV and channels, consider cable, satellite or fiber/IPTV package.

Last updated on 2/20/19.

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