Decider.com tries to help you answer the eternal question of “what should we watch tonight?”
Don’t get me wrong…having access to Netflix and Amazon Instant Videos has been awesome. They literally have 1000s of movies and shows to watch. But that’s also the problem. Sometimes it’s just too much. At least with cable, you know there’s a limit to what’s on even if that could mean a couple hundred channels. If the options are a bit staggering for you, Decider.com may be worth a look.
Replacing cable with an HDTV antenna? Might be trickier than it seems.
When someone told me they were able to get rid of cable using Netflix, Hulu and an antenna, I was intrigued. Let’s face it – I was pumped! I wanted to do that!! It seemed soooo easy. What could go wrong? Well…let’s see. As I learned, the antenna option is not necessarily an option for everyone.
Start getting rid of cable – cut the cord
You hear about thousands of people ditching cable. Well, here’s a tip. It’s a little different when you decide to try it yourself. With new equipment to buy and many people’s interests to satisfy, it can be a lot tougher than it looks. More important — savings might NOT be as big as you think. This guide will help you ask the questions you should be asking yourself BEFORE you make a move. Whether you’re shaving one step at a time, or ripping the whole thing out at once, it’s an exciting journey. Without further ado, let’s get started!
Not ready to cut the cord – why not consider cable shaving?
How often have you heard that cutting the cord is really straight-forward and something you should try? It seems so simple, just cancel your cable service and you’ll save tons of money, oodles of cash. Sounds great right…but what exactly are you giving up? How do I actually get started? Will you have to buy a ton of equipment? Will you ever watch sports again?!? Will I have to SPEND a lot to SAVE a lot???? How complicated will this get???? ARGH!!! If cord cutting seems like too big a task to take on, no problem! There’s no rule that says you can’t try shaving the cord first!