Are you looking to cut costs this year and wondering why your Comcast or Verizon bill is so high? Well, take it from me; those companies are not budget friendly! They send out fliers with their new promotion for Internet, Phone and Cable bundle for $79, which sounds great but then they add taxes, HD fees, DVR fees, Pay-Per-View movie charges, cable box fees… and then taxes and you are well over $100 per month.
Do you even watch TV that much that you need to be spending over $100 a month? If your answer is no, then read below to about some other options which could cut your bill in half…or more!
Streaming Can Help You Save Money!
You don’t need to eliminate TV completely; there are some great options out there. If you are ok with not watching shows live or when they are originally aired, then streaming may be your answer. This may take some getting used to, but in most cases this ends up fitting your schedule better since it allows you to watch what you want, when you want to watch it.
The most popular streaming devices on the market are Roku, Apple TV, and Google TV. Each of these options offer ways to access tons of TV shows and movies, but there are some differences between them which could help determine which is right for you. Here are the pros and cons for each option.