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I’d finally had enough of cable after their last service hike. It was time to join the masses of satisfied satellite customers and make the big switch.

But, which one to choose? After all, I’d been a tried-and-true cable buyer for so long; I had no idea which satellite provider was best.

“Oh, just pick one,” my neighbor told me. “They’re all the same.”

That couldn’t be right, I thought.

Or could it?

So I began a month-long saga of satellite TV research , comparing Dish Network vs Direct TV every which way until I knew every last detail about each service.

Much to my family’s despair, I was determined to find out everything I could about the satellite providers available, and make an informed consumer choice.

And the problem is, most sites that pretend to tell where to find the best deals are just plain awful.

Now, I did find three that were worthwhile. To find out which ones those are, you have to scroll down to the bottom of this story where you’ll find the links.

The good news , of course, is that there are only two companies to choose from – Dish Network and Direct TV. Considering how hard it was to find many differences between the two (and ultimately decide which one was best), I sure was glad there weren’t others.

My first concern was whether or not I could use both companies where I live. That wasn’t a problem for me, but a friend was told that Direct TV could not provide a signal in his neighborhood due to some large oak trees in the neighbor’s yard which interfered with their signal. But, he told me, since the signal from Dish Network came from the opposite direction (go figure) , he was able to sign on with them – making his decision easier than mine.

Next, I looked at service.

Both companies provided about the same level of service for relatively the same price. Packages for both Dish Network and Direct TV begin at about $19.99 a month, with their most useful family packages ranging around $50-$60.

I did find that Direct TV offered more comprehensive sports packages, including the NFL Sunday Ticket (hooray!), as well as packages covering all of the major college and professional sports teams. They also sport fewer blackout dates in many of the big cities like Philadelphia, making their packages well worth the extra money.

While Direct TV also offers other less-popular international sports such as cricket , rugby and soccer, Dish Network tends to concentrate more on the international sports coverage, according to many of the people I talked to.

One of the things that stood out among the Dish network programming seemed to be their variety of Latino and International channels and shows. For those looking for non-American (non-English) programming, Dish might be the way to go.

Since both companies offered all-digital packages, loads of high definition channels and plenty of individual packages to choose from, my next concern was in regards to set-up fees and installation.

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BEIJING, March 15 (Xinhua) -- For many Chinese shoppers, there are two big days on the calendar. Snapping up deals during the online buying fiesta known as Singles' Day (Nov.11), they return to their screen four months later to sift through screens of news to see how many of their purchases have been exposed as faulty or fake.

China usually marks World Consumer Rights Day on March 15 with a string of media exposures, police crackdowns and bonfires of fake goods. This year, the spotlight is on persistent counterfeiting that dampens the country's raging online shopping fever.

A report published before the "3.15" show by China Central Television (CCTV) said online shopping had become the top source of consumer complaints the broadcaster received. The show , which exposes problematic products and services often by renowned domestic and foreign brands, marks the culmination of the day.

The report cites purchase of a knock-off LV handbag on JD to highlight the prevalence of shoddy or fake goods in the online marketplace. It also accused WeChat Business, which allows WeChat users to sell products via the messaging app, of being fraught with pitfalls and lacking supervision.

The China Consumers Association also pointed to complaints about online shopping which, in 2015, made up nearly 70 percent of all complaints.


Responding to the pressures ahead of World Consumer Rights Day , several e-commerce platforms have promised reinforcements in the battle against fake goods.

JD on Tuesday said it would work with the Certification and Accreditation Administration to ensure it only sells certificated goods.

Tencent, which operates WeChat, responded to the public outcry against frauds on WeChat Business on Monday, saying it had closed 11,000 accounts suspected of selling fake products.

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