Cutting the Cord with Your Cable Provider Still looking for great ways to save money? One great way to do this is by “cutting the cord” around your home. When we say “cutting the cord” we are talking about canceling your satellite or cable service. When looking at the different utilities that you pay every month, cable is the one that you can live without. When doing this there are a number of options out there that will save you money and still give you all of the entertainment you desire. In this article we will discuss a couple of the most popular options for people that are deciding to “cut the cord.” The first option will be the cheapest and will give you the most for your money. The service for this option is free, that is after you buy the antenna and get it installed. With new TV’s and all signals switched to digital, these antennas will broadcast in HD and will often look just as good as the channels you were paying for with cable. Using an antenna you will be able to watch NBC, ABC, CBS, PBS, FOX and other channels that are available in your area. Your savings will vary, but some people could save $100 or more every month. Next we will take a look at the different types of streaming TV. The internet has a lot of free viewing options which you can take advantage of through your computer or through connecting your TV to the internet. One free service is YouTube, there are also subscription based services like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and more. Just so you know, all of these options will require you to be connected to high-speed internet access.
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The next thing we will look at is streaming devices. Most new TVs and even Blu-ray players will come network enabled right out of the box. Even if your TV does not have the ability to connect to the internet out of the box, there are many devices you can purchase to connect it. Cheap options in Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, and Google Chromecast; if you are looking to spend more money then you can opt for Apple TV.
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The last thing we will look at could involve getting rid of your television set altogether. With all of the advances in technology, more and more people are getting their entertainment and news from their computers, phones or tablets. Everybody has a smartphone that they use everyday, these devices give us most of our news and can keep us entertained for a long time. Whichever option feels best for you, make sure that you use it or you will be wasting money again.