A lot of folks find their television service to just simply be far too boring: there are rarely programs on that they find genuinely interesting, and the options that do perk their interest generally only cover a narrow, limited gamut. Between having to tolerate so many commercials (today, they are longer and more numbing than ever) and not getting the kind of programming that they find entertaining, a lot of TV viewers have come to the point of giving up on television itself, yielding to the boredom which it has provoked in their lives...until they heard about satellite TV.
The changing point for a lot of people comes when they visit the house of someone (a friend, family member, colleague) with a satellite connection in their home. The impression is instantaneous, and it is indelible; the superiority of satellite in all aspects is literally unquestionable. The most common thing that people notice during this first "discovery" of satellite television is the fact that the person with the service (i.e. the host in this case) doesn't have to wait to find something interesting, that they genuinely like on. This impression is further expounded to the enth degree if the host happens to have an HD DVR included with their satellite service.
What the HD DVR does that simply takes the television viewing experience way beyond any of the expectations average, old-school viewers may have is that it delivers power into the hands of any subscriber with one sitting in their TV room: the power of choice. Now with high def capacity, DVRs allow the subscriber an infinite degree of freedom and ease in their television service, what with the thousand and one awesome features. For example, pausing live TV has been a big hit with all viewers; being able to fast forward through commercials in any recorded program has also been a huge success; and since there is loads and loads of storage space, the fact that a person never needs to be out of fresh, interesting viewing material has also consequently been one of the most resounding aspects. All in all, the DVR enables satellite TV subscribers to maximize the already optimal service they are getting.
And why is it so optimal, you may ask yourself? Well, primarily because it is the most highly ranked kind of television service, in the opinion of consumers themselves: satellite has had higher customer satisfaction points than any of the competition for around eight years now, much to the surprise of some people. And what is that satisfaction based on? Firstly, on the most ample programming options available on the market today; whether you want local or international programming, whether you want sports or movies, satellite has you covered with more opportunities than any other kind of provider. Secondly, people's satisfaction with satellite is based on the fact that it is at the forefront of HD programming, with over 130 channels...way more than cable. And lastly, satellite excels in taking care of its customers, which is something that may not be able to be said about the competition.