You may need to decide whatFortune.com reported that pay TV subscribers spent $107/month on average for services. Everyone’s TV bill will vary so use the below advice to see if you can cut the cord and cut your expenses.
First, if you don’t have a smart TV, you may need to invest in a streaming device,like Roku ($35) or FireTV stick ($50) for affordable options.
For those who feel they still need some kind of live tv options:
For those who want to piece together services, or already use these on top of the regular cable bill:
Hulu: $5.99/month- get access to HULU produced content as well as many network tv shows (a day after it airs) and some previous season content.
Netflix: $9/month for Basic
Amazon Prime: You pay $10/month and this includes some movie/tv streaming as well as some free music streaming and free shipping.
HBO NOW: $15/month
Even if you got all of the above you would be spending less than the average cost of cable $55 vs $109.
You may need to make some decisions about which are most important, or share the costs with a friend. But in the long run your bank account will thank you. $50/month= $600/ a year in savings!
So check out your cable bill today and see if you can cut the cord!