In the US, Big Ten Networks typically deliver an average of 100Mbps of streaming HD video per day and a minimum of 1TB of storage.
However, some providers offer a higher-speed package with more storage and faster speeds.
To help you get the most out of your Big Ten network, we have compiled a list of the top 10 providers offering the best streaming HD and 4K video quality.1.
American Health Network (US) American Health Networks (NYSE: AHCN) is the largest provider of the Big Ten networks in the US and Canada.
It offers a wide variety of services including internet and TV access, healthcare and health insurance, and home broadband.
However its biggest strength is its network of 1,800 HD and 5K HD channels and 50,000 high definition (HD) video streams per day.
Its services are delivered to more than 70% of the US population and it offers services for kids in rural and remote areas.2.
Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) Comcast (NYSE, CMC) is a cable company with a total of more than 500 cable channels and offers a number of services to its customers, including TV, radio and video.
Comcast is also the largest internet provider in the United States.
The company has its own network of more 2,000 channels, including sports, news and more.
Its service is delivered to about 75% of US households and about 80% of its customers are over 65.3.
DirecTV (NASdaq: DIS) DirecTv is a satellite TV service that provides TV, cable and internet TV service.
DirecsTV also offers a 4K streaming service for users in the U.S. and Canada that provides 4K and up to 30Mbps of video.
It also offers services to those living in rural areas and has its most popular streaming content.4.
Dish (NASIX: DISH) Dish (NYSE : DISH), a subsidiary of Charter Communications (NYSE ) that was acquired by AT&T in 2013, has its biggest customer base in the country.
It has about 80 channels that offer content such as TV, sports, music, and movies.
It is also available to over 60% of U.K. households and over 90% of British households.5.
Verizon (NYSE / T) Verizon is a wireless carrier that provides wireless internet access to customers in the USA and Canada, as well as the Caribbean.
It’s main competitors are Charter Communications, Time Warner Cable (NYSE), Cox Communications (NASX: CSCO) and T-Mobile US.6.
Charter (NAS) Charter has its largest customer base among the Big 10, in the UK, Canada and other parts of Europe.
It currently has over 4,000 video and broadband subscribers and has plans to expand that number to 7,000.7.
Dish Network (NYSE) Dish Network has been the No. 1 provider of video streaming since it started offering it in 2001.
It continues to offer the most popular video streaming packages with more than 5,000,000 minutes of high definition video streams a day, as compared to just over 4 million minutes a day of traditional TV.8.
Time Warner (NYSE)/AT&.
T (NAS: TWC) Time Warner has a strong relationship with its customers.
Time Warships offer video and audio streaming for both home and mobile.
TimeWarps also offers premium channels, a variety of entertainment, and a variety other content to its subscribers.9.
Virgin Media (NYSE)(NASDAQ) Virgin Media is a communications, internet and content provider in North America.
It serves about 70% and 80% and has a customer base of about 30 million.10.
T-mobile US (NASN:TMUS) T-Mobility US is the carrier that has the most video content available on its service.
The service offers streaming video with 4K, high definition, HDR and Ultra HD for mobile, as opposed to traditional 3D video with 2K, 4K or 5K resolution.
It recently launched a 4G LTE network that will include LTE-Advanced 4G, with LTE-A as the baseband.