Cable TV still has some great shows, but you no longer need to pay through the nose to get them — not when you can cut the cord.
But with no cable how can you access TV shows and movies? If you're determined to do so, your family still can watch thousands of TV shows and movies. Here is some info on "life after you cut the cord."
CONSIDER: The first thing you may want to consider is an HD antenna. This doesn't provide a way to watch streaming videos, but if you want to watch live TV, it's the cheapest and simplest solution.
You may remember having those awkward rabbit ears on your TV years ago. An HD antenna is basically the modern-day version of those rabbit ears. You hook the device into your TV, put it somewhere near a window and watch as the free local channels roll in.
If you live rural - you may prefer amplified antennas, which pick up signals over a range of about 50 miles, but may cost more. We have read good reviews on the Terk Trinity (which you can find here at Antennas Direct). You can deal with "real" people. They have not paid me to say this.
Why do I suggest Antennas Direct?
CONSIDER: You can also consider a Streaming Service such as — Netflix ($8-12 per month), Hulu ($8-12 per month) and my favorite, Amazon Prime ($99 per year/8.25month) — and then display them on your TV screen or laptop.
People are finally discovering that there’s no reason to shell out big bucks each month for the cable company’s rising prices and poor service.
Cut the cord. Pocket the money.
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