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What is Fiber-Optic TV?

Fiber-Optic is an advanced version of Cable TV. It is made of thin cables manufactured of glass or plastic. Which are used to transmit information via pulses of light. Because of this technology, it gives the bandwidth needed to send a large amount of data which is best for delivering high channels count, high-definition quality picture, and a reliable signal through fiber-optic TV. To Shop Fiber-Optic TV plans from the top providers, contact us. Or for information call our experts.

Availability of Fiber-Optic TV

Fiber-Optic lines have covered the metro areas, however, 30% of the US has access to fiber technology. Providers of the fiber technology are currently working on an expansion of their network throughout the country. It will take some time to cover the maximum area. Frontier FiOS offer fiber internet. Below is the list of places where Frontier is providing its TV and internet service.

Frontier Fiber-Optic Network Availability in up to 7 States:

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Fiber-Optic TV and Internet Bundles

Provider Channels TV plans starting at Internet speeds TV bundles starting at Bundle savings up to
Frontier Authorized Sales Agent Logo 155-375+ $74.99/mo.* 50-500 Mbps $85/mo.* $39.99/mo.*

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Difference between Fiber-Optic TV and Cable TV?

The major difference is the cable they are using. Below is a comparison of Fiber-Optic TV and Cable TV:

  • Availability – Cable TV has covered 90% of the population whereas fiber-optic is available to 30% only. This ratio is according to FCC.

  • Price – Fiber-Optic and Cable TV have a fair price of bundles. With the fiber optic internet, you have high channels counts and faster speed for the cost. It makes the fiber-optic a cost-effective choice.
  • Channel Counts – Fiber-optic TV bundle gives you access to 550+ channels with the more bandwidth which are available in some areas only.
  • Picture Quality – Cable TV and Fiber TV gives you a wide range of HD channels and programming but fiber-optic’s quality is reliable and it has real HD channels.
  • Bundle Options – As fiber-optic gives a wide range of HD channels with the best speed of the internet connection so choosing fiber-optic is the best choice for you. But if you don’t need a lot of channels with the internet, then cable-TV is good for you.

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Frequently Asked Question about Fiber-Optic TV

What is a fiber-optic TV?

Fiber-Optic is an advanced version of Cable TV. It is made of thin cables manufactured with strands of glass or plastic. Which are used to transmit information via pulses of light.

How does Fiber-Optic TV works?

As it is made of glass or plastic’s thin cables, it gives the bandwidth needed to send data of large amounts which is best for delivering high channels count, high-definition quality picture, and a reliable signal through fiber-optic TV.

Is it cost-effective to bundle Fiber-Optic TV and Internet?

It is good to bundle both services from the same provider. By this, you can get lower monthly costs, equipment upgrades, price guarantees and more. To know furthermore about it, call us or contact us on cableinternet.tv.

Are Fiber-Optic TV services being costly than Cable TV?

At the very first fiber-optic services were a bit expensive. But now it is expanding and trying to target the maximum people, their prices have been reduced because of the availability. Their TV packages can start as low as $20 or $30 per month, with bundles starting as low as $60/mo.

Does Fiber-Optic TV need special wires?

If fiber-optic service is available in your area, then the TV providers have already laid the fiber-optic. Then your service provider just needs to connect your TV with coaxial cables or HDMI.