I Don't Regret Cutting Cable (And Why You Should Cancel Yours)
To this day, over one year later, I don't regret canceling cable. First, there are a wide variety of ways to still watch television with options available through streaming devices. For example, things like Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player allows you to watch TV shows, movies, Live TV, and so much more. In fact, it's even voice activated! It also easily connects to HDTVs which is really nice. It connects from your phone to the TV, it's an incredibly seamless process. Find out more information about Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player here.
I do have a couple of different subscriptions through streaming services such as Amazon Prime and Hulu. I recommend both of those actually because an Amazon Prime subscription gives you so much (including prime now delivery in some areas and Amazon allows you to subscribe to channel specific networks through their website, such as CBS All Access). With Hulu, I love it because I can watch new TV shows the very next day (I love the show 911!) (sign up with my referral link!). Also, there are plenty of free ways to watch TV as well as movies.
Another reason I don't regret canceling cable is that I'm no longer under the burden of a contract. I lost my job a month ago and as I cut back on expenses, it's nice to not have to worry about a huge cable bill and I wouldn't want to be stuck in a contract right now.
If you've been on the fence of canceling your cable, I recommend you do it. It will save you money and there are still ways to watch TV.
You have so many options these days and you are no longer limited when you cancel cable. In fact, it gives you that much more options at a more manageable price.
Be sure to purchase your Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player at Best Buy.
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