Are you ready to pull the plug on your cable or satellite TV provider? Taking this leap can save you money if you research your options and go in with the right mindset. If you seek to completely replace your cable or satellite TV provider I have a cost-saving opportunity to present to you. However, first let's get in the right mindset.
According to research conducted by Leichtman, the average household spends about $103 per month on TV. Of course, this cost includes the bundled packages offered by companies to attract you as a customer. However, most of us pay over $103. My bill was nearly $200 before making the switch.
If you are looking for a way out, you can save money by downsizing on a TV package or consider pulling the plug on the cable or satellite TV provider? If you decide to stay with your provider and cut down a service remember to think about the extra fees that are often not included in the advertisement price. These taxes and other costs will increase your monthly bill, and you will likely continue to search for ways to cut costs. Also, please keep in mind if you are in a bundle package, you might pay significantly more just for internet or phone. Therefore, you need to review what it will cost you to cut a service.
If you decide to check out your options for getting rid of cable or satellite TV altogether, continue to read. The first thing you want to do is shop around for a good deal on just internet service. Make sure you have enough bandwidth for all members of your household to stream shows, play games, do homework and for you to work remotely.
Set TV is an option to consider. It is an IPTV service provider. It does not require a credit check to start. There are so many things to say about Set TV. It has a ton of content and is simple enough for nontechnical users to use. It features over 500 channels, sports packages, TV guide and vast on-demand archives of movies and TV shows. Set TV will delight the whole family with their selection. Also, if you are an international TV fan like me, Set TV has channels from the UK and Canada.
My Experience and Advice
I tried Set TV before pulling the plug because I am a TV enthusiast. I have to say that Set TV is one of the best items for $20 I have ever purchased. It has been four months for me, and I have no regrets.
There are some things you should consider before pulling the plug and jumping to Set TV. If you have cheap internet streaming will be confusing and frustrating for you. This situation is not Set TV's fault. You will need to get better internet service to stream from the Set TV service. You need to make sure you have a quality modem and router as well.
You do not necessarily need to be a tech pro to use the Set TV service. However, it helps to be able to search and follow directions from emails and videos on youtube. To have Set TV service on Android devices, you will need to be able to install and update software. Alternatively, you can watch from your laptop like me and cast it to your tv.
If you are using an Android box for Set TV, you need to be sure that it has enough storage and memory.
Lastly, please know that Set TV works with a small customer service team. Be patient!
Pulling the plug may not work out for all of our readers. However, since streaming is becoming the norm, we wanted to let you know about this option. If you are using Set TV, let us know your thoughts. Still undecided? Set TV offers a three-day free trial.
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