Danika Miller

Internet & Entertainment Writer​

Danika Miller has been writing for Reviews.com for three years, where she specializes in streaming, internet, and TV topics. She holds a bachelor’s degree in creative and technical writing from Western Washington University.

The Latest from Danika Miller

Guide to Internet Service Providers

How to Find the Right Internet Service Provider for You Shopping for the internet can be a complicated process. After years of research and expert consultation, we have some key tips to help walk you through acquiring internet service. Once you know which providers serve your area, you’ll need to calculate what you need from ...

Spotify Review

Spotify Review Spotify is the most popular streaming service in the world. With over 200 million active users, it has earned a large audience with its personalized playlists and free access. You can stream music, create playlists, and tune into podcasts without paying a cent. If you opt for the premium service, Spotify can be ...

The Best Cheap TV Providers

TV, internet, phone plans — these are a few of our favorite things. But that doesn’t mean we have to spend a ton of money on them. Of the three services, people may be more keen to find cheap TV than anything else because — we’ll say it — traditional TV is hanging by a ...

Apple Music Review

Apple Music Review As of February, Apple Music now has more paid subscribers in the U.S. than its competition, according to the Wall Street Journal. We’d credit this popularity to Apple Music’s tendency to update and iterate more often than other music streaming services. Consumers will particularly love Apple Music’s playlists, which introduce you to ...

Fiber vs. Cable: Understanding the Differences

Staying connected in our modern world is no longer a simple endeavor. Not only will you be choosing between providers for your internet privileges and remote control rights, you’ll also have to choose the technology that powers those entertainment sources. DSL, satellite, fiber-optic, and cable are all options for internet and TV service across the ...

Spectrum TV Review

Spectrum Review Everything about Spectrum’s service will appeal to the nomad. Not only does Spectrum’s service come without contracts, the company will also help you leave your current provider’s contract. And if you aren’t thrilled by its service, you can cancel within 30 days to get your money back. Though its television packages come with ...

Frontier Internet Review

Frontier provides both DSL and fiber-optic service and has a presence in 38 states. It offers fiber internet in just five of those: California, Idaho, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. These areas are typically ignored by other fiber-optic internet providers, so Frontier may be your only option for wicked fast speeds.  The company pairs its plans ...

Comcast Xfinity Review

Comcast Xfinity Review Comcast Xfinity offers a wide array of TV service options and even larger selection for bundling. Like most cable providers, Comcast gives you the ability to pair your TV service with internet, phone, and home security. The more services you pair, the cheaper each one gets. Your price may depend on which ...

Why Does Comcast Have Such a Bad Reputation?

A Google search for “Comcast sucks” pulls up a whopping 900,000 results. You’ll find Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, and even a website all touting the angry message. While telecom providers have a pretty unfavorable reputation as a group, the rage against Comcast is unrivaled. In fact, many speculate that Comcast’s 2010 rebrand to Xfinity was ...

Is Unoccupied and Vacant Home Insurance Worth It?

What Is Unoccupied and Vacant Home Insurance? Unoccupied and vacant home insurance is a type of insurance that protects homes that are uninhabited. Say, for example, you’re going on an extended vacation or flipping a house — unoccupied or vacant home insurance can be purchased as an additional endorsement on your regular homeowners policy or ...

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