What do you say you get ready to cut your Cable TV, that’s right simply stop paying for your TV viewing. There’s cheaper ways to go about getting your personal video digital imaging technology. Namely your viewing needs. You’ll profit when you turn off your pay TV just think of all that personal savings you’ll create.
How many times do you stare at the Red Box Video Rental machine outside the drug store and scoop up a few $1.25 copies of a few new releases. Only because you can’t afford to watch the same movies On Demand at a cost of $9.99 a piece. Movies your being asked to pay for on a cable system your already paying $75 to a $125 dollars month to see.
And how about Live Sports, with all the blackouts and the enormous licensing payments that pro sports leagues generate from cable networks simply puts them beyond the reach of cable TV.
Or how often after you pay for what you were told was a complete sports package and you have ESPN and the games on ESPN 2 which you find out you don’t have or the regional Fox Sports you need. So you find yourself at your favorite corner bar. Simply because the game you want to see is on yet another provider your not subscribed to. Meanwhile your into a $50 bar tab and your unused expensive cable box is collecting dust. Lets face it, television as we know it is on its way out.
Oh, you’ll still get to watch all your favorite shows. But when it happens the “death of TV” means the $2.2 trillion loss to the entertainment industry, is ripe for anybody’s picking. But there are innovative companies like Netflix or Hulu, Amazon, Time Warner. or HBO ofering inexpensive streaming devices that are poised to scoop your business right up. You’ll find out that going with a la carte streaming is a better deal, when combining current available streaming services
Called an “All Access”.. would run you about half of the average price of monthly cable and satellite television service. You do need either a Ruku..or Amazon Fire device along with active internet you have anyway.
Sorry If you’re a sports fan,the streaming services won’t do it for you alone yet, you’d still need cable, or stream games off your lap top with a $35 Chromecast, into your TV USB port.
Hey remember the days when you could watch network television for free? Well those channels are still available at no cost…just scoop up a tiny but powerful digital antenna. An improvement over the clunky rabbit ears,or that erector assembly attached to your home chimney. Hopefully this will help you discover how you could pocket half on what you’d spend on cable be one of the 99% of Americans turning off their cable TVs. today!