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.