Internet and TV services in Fayetteville, Arkansas

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What does Movearoo do for you?

Securing services that you can count on for your home is just one of several choices you’ll need to make for your next move. Let Movearoo be your guide for your next move. Movearoo provides insight into the best local deals in Fayetteville on Internet and TV home services. You’ll also be able to take advantage of Movearoo’s many moving guides, tips, and checklists to ensure that your move goes as smoothly as possible. Choose Movearoo to take the hassle out of moving.

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Finding a TV Provider in Fayetteville, AR

There’s a world of entertainment options available for Fayetteville residents these days. The only trick is finding a TV service that can deliver all of these options. Movearoo makes it easy to find a TV provider that offers plenty of streaming options for homes in Arkansas. This gives you peace of mind during your move, as you can rest assured that your new TV service will come with the ability to:

  • Watch recently released movies, plus Netflix original series, including Arrested Development
  • Stream classic movies like Seven Samurai and recent blockbusters—whenever you want!
  • Get more out of your online experience with an Internet connection that’s quicker than the Fayetteville average of Mbps

Moving to Fayetteville

There’s so much to think about when contemplating a move. Does the area offer plenty of jobs in your field? How much has the city grown in the last five or 10 years? How are the schools? Will the neighborhood be safe for your kids?

We did a little background check on Fayetteville to help you answer these questions:

  • In Fayetteville, the average household income is $50441
  • The rate of unemployment in Fayetteville is 5.10%, placing Fayetteville below the national average of 5.5%
  • The local job market is currently growing at a rate of -1.53%
  • Over the past 12-month period, 328 violent crimes were reported to the Fayetteville police department
  • The percentage of people working from home in Fayetteville is around 6.80%
  • Around 6.30% of Fayetteville residents are self-employed