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Cord Cutting 101 Part One: Getting Started

Cord Cutting can sound scary at first with a ton of options and decisions to be made, but you will find it is surprisingly easy and you may already have everything you need. We want to be here to help you cancel cable TV and legally stream your content online so you pay less and still get all your shows.

Part 1 Getting Started:

OK, you are all set to get started and ready to go, but before you cancel cable TV, unplug your cable box and try being a cord cutter for a month. When my family canceled cable it took us about two weeks to find all the shows we wanted. Once we found the content we wanted, we never looked back. However, it was nice to know that if we couldn’t initially find a program we could still watch it on cable until we found it on our streaming service.

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One Response to Cord Cutting 101 Part One: Getting Started

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    Florence Catherine August 21, 2016 at 7:23 am #

    Thanks for this very informative guide to cord cutting. It’s not uncommon for people to find themselves only watching 10% of the channels they subscribed to.