All of the service providers in the TV programming business require that you sign an extended service contract to receive their services. They do this for a reason and it’s not to hook you for and extended deal to extract more money out of you. They do this in order to charge a lower cost on their products and services.

If they had their employees running around all day like waiters, or gas station attendants, connecting and then disconnecting service on peoples homes all day, they just couldn’t stay in business unless they charged a much higher cost for their programming. They wouldn’t be able to give the free satellite TV systems to their customers either, because it wouldn’t be economically feasible to give an expensive system to someone who is only going to pay for a few months service.

The extended service agreement benefits the customer most of all and the consumer as well as the programming service provider are bound to it in writing. You should give careful decision to the terms of you TV programming service contract before you sign it and this especially holds true if you are subscribing to cable service.

Cable service providers have a well earned reputation for predatory business tactics when dealing with their customers and their contracts can be difficult to understand and laden with fine print. They are masters at the hidden fee game, because they have had so many years to develop the craft. Prior to the advent of satellite TV programming, cable service providers had virtually no competition and they made all their own rules and the consumer always took the short end of the stick.

For over the last decade the two top satellite TV programming service providers have been DirecTV and Dish Network and they have both been setting new standards in customer relations and service. Their programming service agreements are easy to understand and written entirely in lay mans terms and there are never any hidden charges or fees.

Both of these to giants of the TV programming industry have excellent and well balanced programming packages that feature a wide diverse choice if interesting topics. Both of their basic entry level packages are loaded with a nice quantity of programming channels and yet still retain discount competitive price tags. As you peruse the rest of their programming packages, you might notice that they contain incrementally more channels choices with each successive programming package.

They are so simple to understand, that it’s just like counting the fingers on your hand. The visionaries who launched and created these two companies were all cable service subscribers years ago and from those experiences they learned a lot. Most of what they learned from cable service companies is how not to do things.

If you are currently a cable service subscriber then you are stuck with your extended service agreement until it ends. This should give you plenty of time to look over the programming agreements and packages that these two satellite TV programming service providers have to offer you.

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