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Cable Technology Feature Article

November 15, 2010

New Website Helps Consumers Review Cable Options

By Mini Swamy, TMCnet Contributor

The Cable Study is an independent research firm that provides consumers with unbiased data and comparisons so that they can clearly see which option is best for them. To ensure that consumers are equipped with all the necessary information they need to compare local providers and channel packages before making a decision, Cable Study has launched a new free consumer website, thecablestudy.com.

Visitors to the site are equipped with all the tools necessary to instantly compare and contrast services that are available through the cable providers in their respective areas. The website offers in-depth analysis of every featured company, along with state-by-state accessibility and a rather comprehensive educational section. Consumers are exposed to unbiased research on each provider's services, such as HD programming, Internet packages, VoIP services and more.

Such information comes in rather handy especially if visitors have recently relocated to an area and are seeking the services of a cable provider. It is also useful when they are trying to find out the best deals in the market. By viewing all the options available, visitors can make informed decisions as to which company would suit their needs.

"The hardest part about shopping for a cable provider is finding all of your available options, especially if you're new to the area. Our service is free and will help anyone save money by allowing them to find the best deal," said Jordan Leidlein, head of Interactive Marketing and Design.

The Cable Study is dedicated to providing unbiased information about cable services available nationwide. Covering all 50 states, the new website offers consumers the chance to review all cable options available in their region, along with the specific services offered by each company.


Mini Swamy is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf