WASHINGTON — A fed-up cable and Internet consumer recently wrote Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn to ask for his advice on “cutting the cord.” I am currently fed up with my Internet and cable provider. I…
Cable boxes let TV viewers around the country tune in to their favorite programs, but the appliances are sucking energy more than most household items in the process.
According to a new survey from Consumer Reports, customers don\’t consider their telephone and cable services a great value for the money.
A growing number of people are taking action by \”cutting the cord,\” or making the leap from cable and satellite TV to Internet-only entertainment.
More than 1,000 Verizon customers lost phone service on Tuesday morning after a fiber cable was cut in front of Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Va.
Those tired of paying a big cable or satellite
bill are starting to consider cutting the cord
ditching the dish for over-the-air and Internet
Smart Money offers tips on whether you should drop
your cable service.
The bill that comes every month is evidence enough: Cable rates are steadily rising. Now, there\’s a prediction that the average customer\’s bill will hit $200 a month by 2020.
It could be a lot cheaper to get your favorite movies and shows online.