Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 25, 2011
One week after the FCC released their plans to help every American receive broadband capability with their National Broadband Plan, DigitalLanding.com points out that their site already does so – with no cost to the taxpayer. “Free” is quite a discount compared to the $300 million of taxpayer money that funded this government stimulus project. Americans can enter their location information on DigitalLanding.com to find broadband companies (and other digital services) in their areas – with discounted packages and special offers in many cases.
DigitalLanding.com has been a comparison shopping destination for high speed Internet, cable and satellite TV, and phone services since 2007. This site also offers articles and reports on the latest technologies surrounding the digital service industry. Readers can even run speed tests on their ISP to see if they are getting the speed they are paying for. Digital Landing sister websites, including CoxAuthorizedOffers.com and XfinityAuthorizedOffers.com, have not needed taxpayer money at all to track down broadband capability, but instead, they’ve been able to save money for those same people with great rates.
While much has been made about the government’s new plan, it seems to be redundant considering what Digital Landing already offers. The FCC’s efforts are applauded, but this is one area that has already been covered efficiently and in depth. Just like any great democracy, citizens need choices. And that’s exactly what DigitalLanding.com offers through their digital service comparisons. Each person can type in their zip code on the website, which indicates their city and state, along with their street address, which points out which area within that city they live. Then the site filters through all of their digital providers, including TV, satellite, home phone service, mobile Internet and high speed Internet, to find ones that service that person’s geographical area. After that, the site comes up with all of the latest and greatest deals that each service provider is offering. Every person then gets to choose their preference, along with what options and services they feel is right for them individually.
DigitalLanding.com is a leading aggregator of Internet, television, phone, and other digital services to consumers. The site’s innovative comparison shopping platform enables customers to easily shop for digital services, compare offers, and place orders directly to leading providers; including Comcast, AT&T, Cox Communications, Verizon, Dish Network, and Charter Communications.
In addition to the consumer information and comparison portal, DigitalLanding.com also powers related Internet, TV, and Phone service sites, including a Comcast Xfinity Triple-Play deal finder, a Charter services locator through CharterAuthorizedOffers.com, and an AT&T site for the latest U-Verse offers through ATTAuthorizedOffers.com.
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