IPTV services offered by TV Plantation have a business model similar to traditional cable TV providers. You sign up for the service, receive a set-top box (STB), TV programming, and video-on-demand (VOD) similar to what a cable company would provide. However, there are some notable differences between the two, which is why cord-cutting is rising.
Cable TV is designed as a one-way broadcasting system. They transmit the programming through a central head-end through a hybrid-fiber-cable (HFC) system where the cable runs to your neighborhood. After that, the broadcast is sent through a coax cable to your home. Unlike cable TV, IPTV uses the internet and IP packets and is a two-way system. The encrypted video is compressed and delivered in IP packets through fiber and eventually through an Ethernet connection to your TV set. As IPTV is a two-way system, the consumer can request to watch videos and content that are not a part of their existing package.
Cable TV is only compatible with your TV set. On the other hand, you can access TV Plantation through the Android TV Plantation app, an Android TV, the TV Plantation Android TV Box, Amazon Fire Stick, any smart Android TV device, WebTV on a computer, and Chromecast. That's a lot of options, right? That's what makes TV Plantation so great!
Cable TV can get pricey when you combine the rentals, Pay-Per-View events, and other related fees. IPTV, however, brings you many more channels and content at a much more affordable rate. For example, TV Plantation's monthly subscription starts at just $15/mo with monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and yearly plans with significant savings. You can even test out their incredible services for a whole week for free! They don’t even ask for your credit card details.
Cable TV only allows you to view shows that are airing at the time. TV plantation, however, provides every user Catch-up, a Cloud Digital Video Recorder (DVR), without charging any extra fees. This enables you to watch your favorite TV shows anytime you want, making it the more convenient option.
While Cable TV has long been a part of American lives, television's future seems to be IPTV. There doesn't seem to be much difference in the business models of the two types of services; however, you'll find considerable differences between cable and IPTV. IPTV is cheaper, more convenient, and compatible with many devices, whereas Cable TV is expensive, less convenient when it comes to recording, and only compatible with TV sets. So, cut the cable TV service – stream TV Plantation ®.