I am considering switching to Satellite, but I am worried about snow and rain losing games. Some people say that this is a problem from the 1990s and that a properly pointed satellite will be fine today, others say no, it is still a problem.
So is rain and snow going to ruin football games?
Are there any other issues to know about with satellite TV?
A preference for one satellite service over the other?
This past season I used DirectTVNow Streaming and had lots of problems...getting logged off, ESPN App issues, buffering issues, wife accidentally unplugging the wifi router while vacuuming (which took probably 10 minutes to figure out and get back up and running), and quality issues....I would often miss about 3 plays a football game due to buffering...in fact basketball was often so blurry that I couldn't see the ball go through the hoop. I pay extra for high speed and never have any issues with my internet.
However, I hate Comcast so I don't really want to go with them for TV.