10 Alternatives to Cable TV

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Are you tired of paying an outrageously high cable bill each month? Do you have a cable package for hundreds of channels, but only watch about a dozen? Do you just not want to deal with the cable company anymore? Cable TV isn’t the only choice, and there are plenty of alternatives that you should consider to get out from those hefty monthly bills.

Broadcast Network Websites

Did you know that most of the major networks provide full episodes of TV shows on their website? Channels such as ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, and TBS often provide streaming content a day or two after it’s already aired on TV. If you don’t mind waiting a day to watch a new episode of your favorite TV show, thi

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5 Responses to 10 Alternatives to Cable TV

  1. What about the good old-fashioned antenna? We have an antenna and the digital converter box and we get 33 channels from 2 local areas. We’re rural and internet options are limited so we can’t stream videos without using up our data usage for the month very quickly. The antenna works great and we haven’t paid for cable for years.

  2. I’m a huge anti-cable advocate. Not having cable seriously changes your life. You don’t get sucked into the crappy programming, the awards shows, the filler shows between the ones you really like. Plus it clears your head not having to be advertised too every 3-5 minutes.

  3. Brian says:

    @Johnny,

    Totally agree with you. We couldn’t get it when we moved and went a few months without it, thought the world was going to end. 5+ years later still no cable. There are so many other mediums out there for entertainment without cable.

  4. jay says:

    Our family went without cable until the kids were in middle school. The only reason we got it at that point was to speed up our internet connection. Worked out great for the kids as they had to be creative with their time, etc. Wish I could convince folks in our house to go without again.
    Great ideas.

  5. Gailete says:

    We too have an antennae and get about 7 channels and yesterday we had something coming in on a channel that was always a blue screen prior to that. That is more than enough TV. I’m down to my ‘favorite shows’ now and try to do something beneficial during the rest of the time even if it is reading a book to review for Amazon!

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