Which is the best long-distance broadband cable for your cable-TV needs?

Cable-TV is still a big business, but it’s also a growing segment of the internet.

Many households in the US and Canada already have cable, and many more will in the future.

Long-distance Internet is an ideal solution for those who want to be connected with friends and family, as well as for those in remote areas.

Here are the pros and cons of cable broadband, according to the research firm, Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

The study also looked at the potential of new services, such as those aimed at homes, businesses and colleges.

The key points from the study: Cable-based broadband is now a $1.2 trillion industry, and in 2018, it’s expected to reach $2.7 trillion.

That’s a lot of data to collect.

So far, there are only about 7.8 million customers connected to cable broadband.

That number is expected to increase to 11 million in 2019, and 11 million by 2025.

That means there are about 1.3 billion households and businesses with access to cable TV, according the report.

In a survey conducted by Nielsen in 2014, 72 percent of households had access to some form of broadband.

The average customer connected to a cable-based service had access in 2018 to about 4 hours of broadband per month, according Nielsen.

That translates to about five minutes per day of online video streaming, and another five minutes of video streaming for video chats and videos.

The survey also found that 75 percent of subscribers to cable Internet services were connected to their service at least one other cable provider.

The report also found about a third of households use satellite broadband, which allows for faster speeds and greater quality.

But the vast majority of households in Canada still use terrestrial connections, with some 70 percent of homes using satellite or fibre broadband.

As for long-term prospects, the report said the current wave of investment in new services is largely focused on the cable business.

While there are a number of options to choose from, cable has become a reliable source of long-range broadband for households, with Comcast and Time Warner Cable having made significant investments.

The research firm said that there’s no one-size-fits-all solution to cable-internet access.

Some people will like it more, and some people won’t.

It’s important to know what’s best for you.

The key is to use your cable as a long-haul connection.