In the entertainment world, a debate has been brewing – “Is streaming TV better than cable?”. As an Internet Service Provider, Beaver River Broadband is at the forefront of this discussion, particularly for the First Nations communities it serves in Saskatchewan.
At Beaver River Broadband, we recognize the evolving landscape of TV entertainment. Traditional cable TV has historically been the dominating (and only) option for most people. Technology has been moving at lightening speed and with it, more options – such as the option to stream your TV channels through your internet connection.
And so we answer the question, why is streaming TV better than cable?
Why Is Streaming TV Better Than Cable For First Nations in Saskatchewan?
Streaming TV is quickly becoming the preferred way to watch your favourite channels. Here’s why:
- No equipment needed: Subscribing to Beaver River TV streaming requires no clunky equipment – simply download the app and purchase only the bundles or channels you need.
- It’s cheaper than traditional cable: Most cable TV packages cost at least $100/month and you likely don’t even watch all the channels. Beaver River TV packages start at only $24.95/month and you can customize your channel lineup. According to cnet.com “If you want to have the cable TV experience without the fees and contracts, then live TV streaming is the next best thing”.
- You can watch on 3 devices: You can install on up to 3 TVs in your home, so you won’t have to worry about sharing access. Each additional TV is $3/month.
- No contracts or hidden fees: You can cancel or change your service whenever you’d like.
What Streaming TV Packages Are Available?
We understand the unique needs of our First Nations Saskatchewan, and that’s why Beaver River Broadband offers the best streaming TV service package tailored just for you and your family.
Check out Beaver River TV’s affordable streaming TV service deals: