Have you looked at your cable bill lately? If you're like me, you may find yourself wondering, "where did THAT number come from??" With the cost of cable steadily rising, I got to wondering just how many people are sticking with the box.
It's never been easier to live without cable, and still watch all of your favorite TV shows, than it is today. With products like the Apple TV or a Roku box which allow you to stream programs like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime and various sports apps, it's getting easier and easier to tailor your television programming in a pay-as-you-go format. Plus, with simple TV antennas, one can stream local channels and sports games with no cost.
However, if you drop your cable, the cost of your internet connection or land line (if you still use one) may skyrocket in price, which leads to a new problem. I'd like to pose the question — what is your solution to all of this television and internet madness? How do you save money when it comes to television and internet?