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Cable Technology Feature Article

December 22, 2011

Great Tech Gifts on Cable TV and Online by DigitalLanding.com

By Anamika Singh, TMCnet Contributor

Gifts such as laptops, computers, and tablets need high speed Internet service to support them. And high-definition TVs don't make the impact they should without great HDTV digital cable TV service. DigitalLanding.com (News - Alert) finds the best bargains on cable TV, high speed Internet and digital phone services. DigitalLanding.com is a provider of Internet, television, phone, and other digital services.

Research by Mashable.com says that 37 percent of Americans plan to spend more on gifts this year than in 2010. It is expected that most money will be spent on electronic items, like smart phones and e-readers. These are the new tech gifts unlike the old standards like televisions and video games. Bundle.com says that the average U.S. household spends nearly $50 a month on electronics. Kids want their own laptops, tablets and phones. The cost increases but the cost to provide services for those items doesn't have to.

For a new laptop, iPad or e-reader users, this Christmas, can make use of websites like Charter's high speed Internet deal on CharterAuthorizedOffers.com. People have to get connected online. About half of all holiday shopping this year will be done online. It offers download Speeds up to 15 mbps, good experience for web surfing, email and IM. Also, watch live sports with FREE access to ESPN3.com, no phone line or waiting to dial in required, and is Free Charter Cloud drive for 3 months.

Dads prefer gifts like big, flat-screen, high-definition televisions but also required is good cable TV service. For under $30 per month for 12 months, a person can get 80-plus digital TV channels, 45 commercial-free music channels, and thousands of On Demand movies and TV shows at XFINITYAuthorizedOffers.com this month.

Anamika Singh is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anamika's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Juliana Kenny