There’s never been a better time to consider switching to a streaming TV service because of all of the great choices, but the downside to so many choices is that it can make the decision much more complicated and confusing. Ken Colburn of Data Doctors is here to help.
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Many TV watchers cut the cable cord to combat high cable TV subscription costs, then look to streaming services to provide a cheaper option. Here are some services to consider for $25 a month or less.
Are you thinking about “cutting the cord” and getting your TV content through one of the various internet-based options? The Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn says there’s much to consider before you get out the scissors.
While it seems as if everyone is doing it, the number of consumers who actually “cut the cord” may be smaller than expected.
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