Sparklight thinks of itself as TV for cord-cutters, but even if you want a no-frills, uber-cheap plan, you’d pay less and get more features (like included DVR recording) from Sling TV. And if you don’t care about DVR, you’re probably better off paying for an HD antenna once to get basic channels for free.
If you want more than the basics, you’ll pay more than traditional competitors’ prices. Unless you’re rebelling against traditional cable TV out of principle (and rock on, if that’s you), you’ll probably get a better deal with Xfinity or Spectrum.
There are no contracts or early termination fees, but canceling Sparklight can be a real pain if you’re renting any equipment. You must return gear in person at a local office—or cough up $45 to have a technician come pick it up.
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