Hey there. You are paying too much for cable.
Getting rid of cable is overwhelming. There are so many options for streaming TV, which is great because we hate being tied down to only one or two options (like cable companies). But too many options means a lot of research and comparing and just a ton of work.
Here’s the good news: I’ve done all that work for you.
There are many ways to stream TV. I’ll give you some options but this is by no means an exhaustive list. Streaming can get very tech heavy. I’m going to show you the most simple ways to get rid of cable.
Use the information on my website to get started streaming. I’m always available to answer questions and give suggestions. I just want you to save money and watch your favorite shows!
Don’t have time for all that? Go to: Just Tell Me What To Do.
What about SPORTS?!
Yes. You can watch sports without cable.
I’ll say it again, you can watch all the sports without cable!!
You don’t have to miss anything. Believe me. We watch A LOT of sports at my house. We would still have cable if it was the only way to watch sports.
Check out my Sports blog post for all the info. Spoiler alert: it’s totally doable.
Let’s get started.
You do not have to have a Smart TV to stream. You do need a TV with an HDMI port and a streaming device.
You need an internet connection.
Streaming TV is not free. The only way to watch TV “for free” is with an antenna.
Streaming does involve some upfront costs for equipment. However, you will save money monthly. Yearly savings average over $1,000.
Ready? First Things First
I’m here to help you!
Please feel free to send me an email with any questions about getting rid of cable: firstname.lastname@example.org
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See our brand new YouTube Channel for How To videos and to see streaming TV in action.