SolveForce Takes Internet & Phone Bundling services into Washington, DC and San Diego, CA
Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 19, 2016
SolveForce continues their Pro-Business cities marketing campaign by immediately introducing DirecTV Internet & Phone Bundling (http://solveforce.com) services to Washington, DC and San Diego, CA.
DIRECTV offers several bundled services for both new and existing customers. Bundles include services like satellite TV, phone services (national and local) and high speed Internet. In an age where most people get their high speed Internet from phone companies, Internet access from a satellite TV service might seem an unusual solution. After all, most people would prefer to get Internet service from a dedicated ISP, or a company that deals with Internet access on a near-exclusive basis. In this review, we’re going to take a closer look at how this service works, and if it’s really as good as its competitors.
DIRECTV partners with leading ISPs, ensuring households across America can access the best broadband infrastructure. This means their customers benefit from some of the quickest broadband speeds available, allowing households nationwide to get the best combined package and the cheapest bundled price. Each of these partnerships brings different options to the table, and depending on availability in the area, there are a range of different service levels available. Partnering with major ISPs to ensure widespread coverage, DIRECTV paves the way for massive savings Internet bills, making it cheaper for their customers to stay connected.
Bundling DIRECTV with an AT&T wireless service is a fantastic way to meet both TV entertainment and high speed internet needs. AT&T are one of the biggest providers of high speed broadband and consumers can be sure of a reliable and speedy connection with them.
Consumers can save $10 a month when they add an AT&T wireless service to a DIRECTV package and combine an Internet & Phone Bundle (http://solveforce.com/services/) into one bill. They can also get $500 in credits per line when switching to AT&T wireless and trading in an old smartphone with AT&T Next.
Speed wise, consumers are looking at 45Mbps down and 1Mbps up with AT&T’s internet services, and this makes AT&T an obvious choice for heavy internet users. And when combining it with one of the many fantastic DIRECTV packages – many of which are tailor-made for sports fans – consumers have themselves the ultimate all-in-one entertainment solution.
- Save $10 per month for 12 months when bundling DIRECTV with AT&T;
- Get $500 in credits per line with AT&T Next.
CenturyLink is one of the most popular internet service providers in America, and their service is among the most common bundled with a DIRECTV package, especially so among users who require extremely fast speeds. CenturyLink offers speeds up to 1Gbps down and some plans qualify for 5 and 20Mbps up.
When it comes to bundling with DIRECTV, CenturyLink is a fantastic choice because everyone can save an extra $10 per month for 12 months with DIRECTV-CenturyLink bundles, and consumers can get access to the most HD channels and live sports.
So why should anyone choose CenturyLink? Because they offer incredible download speeds of 1Gbps, and with this speed anyone can download a full HD movie in just one minute 10 seconds, or a full music album in less than 20 seconds. Crucially though, CenturyLink is well known for its reliable service with positive reviews by customers.
- Save $10 per month for 12 months when bundling DIRECTV with CenturyLink;
- Get incredible downloads speeds of up to 1Gbps.
Bundling services usually ends up being the lowest cost route to go. To learn more about SolveForce Internet & Phone Bundle (http://solveforce.com/services/) services, visit SolveForce.com.
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