Digital Landing Finds Deals, Saves Movers Money

May 13, 2011

MIAMI, May 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The summer is approaching quickly, which means kids will be getting out of school and thousands of families will move to another area, possibly even another state. And with this ahead of them, people have dozens of questions to answer and tasks to fulfill before their move can be called a success. Getting the best deals on TV, high speed Internet and home phone services at DigitalLanding.com can make a person’s move much easier – and cheaper.

Everyone knows that good organization can squash most problems ahead of time and make a move go smoothly. With that in mind, DigitalLanding.com allows people to shop for the best deals for all digital services in any area, whether someone is a new mover or not. An organized mover will be diligent in having their services set up by the time they move, but also in saving as much money as possible. And in many cases, Amazon gift cards for up to $250 are offered with certain digital service packages.

Customers are able to check which offers are available to them for high speed Internet, home phone and TV services, by just entering their street address on the online form. After choosing a service – or a bundled package of digital services – customers are then presented with several offerings by the high quality brands that service that address.

For example, those people in Phoenix, Arizona, can shop for high speed Internet deals from high speed Internet deals from COXAuthorizedOffers.com. Currently, one can get Cox High Speed Internet Essential for $19.99 per month for the first three months. Essential has download speeds of up to 3 Mbps, which happens to be twice as fast as basic DSL.

Residents of Orlando, Florida, will be able to find digital cable TV deals through BrightHouseAuthorizedOffers.com. Their customers can get up to 275 channels, including dozens of music channels and most of the popular cable networks. Again, for the first three months, their digital cable TV packages start at just $39.99 per month, and that includes free installation.

Those people living in Kansas City, Las Vegas or Raleigh can find great deals on home phone service and high speed Internet from great deals on home phone service and high speed Internet from CenturyLinkAuthorizedOffers.com. For both services combined, customers can pay just $59.90 per month for the first 12 months, with a 12-month commitment. And by selecting the CenturyLink Double-Play bundle, they will get a $100 American Express gift card.

If someone is moving to an area not covered by any of the above companies, customers can go directly to AuthorizedOffers.com, where they’ll find dozens of deals for multiple service providers in their area. For a limited time, customers are rewarded for signing up for certain packages with a $250 Amazon gift card reward. By entering their physical address in the TV, Internet or phone service locator, or by calling 1-800-326-1585, customers can find the best deals on the best digital service packages.

Moving is already a stressful , so by taking care of digital services before you move, people can use their time to worry about other things involving their relocation.

About DigitalLanding.com

DigitalLanding.com is a leading aggregator of Internet, television, phone, and other digital services to consumers. The site’s innovative comparison shopping platform enables customers to easily shop for digital services, compare offers, and place orders directly to leading providers; including Comcast, AT&T, Cox Communications, Verizon, Dish Network, and Charter Communications.

In addition to the consumer information and comparison portal, DigitalLanding.com also powers related Internet, TV, and Phone service sites, including a TV, Internet, and Phone service locator at AuthorizedOffers.com and an AT&T site for the latest U-Verse offers through ATTAuthorizedOffers.com.

Contact: Ben Vides
Phone: (305) 265-0136
Email: mediacontact@digitallanding.com

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