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Cut the Cord : How to Watch TV Without Paying a Cable or Satellite TV Bill
by Tom Magrini




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High monthly cost, inflexible bundles of hundreds of channels you never watch, long-term contracts, equipment rental fees, cancellation fees, lousy customer service, and yearly price increases - why would anyone want cable or satellite TV?

There is a revolution that has giant cable and satellite TV corporations worried. A major shift in how we watch TV is underway as each month hundreds of thousands of cable and satellite TV subscribers cut the cord and cancel their expensive subscriptions. Over 33 million Americans have cut the cord, opting to watch TV for free using an over-the-air antenna or by taking advantage of low-cost streaming video services that cost a small fraction of the price of cable or satellite TV.

In 2018, the number of households who have cut the cord rose by 32.8% with the top five cable and satellite TV providers losing 3.2 million subscribers. In the first quarter of 2019 alone, the top ten U.S. cable and satellite TV providers lost 1.28 million customers. If that trend continues, more than 5 million cable and satellite TV subscribers will have cut their cable cord and ditched their satellite dish by the end of 2019. By the end of 2019, 34% of Americans are expected to have cut their cable TV cord or ditched their satellite TV dish.

61% of U.S. adults aged 18 to 29 and 37% aged 30 to 49 do not have cable or satellite TV and use online streaming services as their primary way to watch TV. 71% of cord-cutters stated their reason for cutting the cord was the high cost of cable and satellite TV. A survey of cord-cutters found the longer they went without cable or satellite TV, the more satisfied they were with their decision to cut the cord.

The average cable TV bill is a whopping $107 per month - nearly $1,300 a year Most of us pay more. I will show you how to cut the cord and save $75 or more each month, even if you are paying as little as $100 a month for cable or satellite TV. Think it's not worth the time or effort? The average cord-cutter saves $104 a month - $1,248 a year

Are you tired of throwing good money away on high cable or satellite TV bills? Do you want to enjoy television without emptying your bank account? Let me show you how to how to watch TV without paying a cable or satellite TV bill. It's time you joined the revolution

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Overview

High monthly cost, inflexible bundles of hundreds of channels you never watch, long-term contracts, equipment rental fees, cancellation fees, lousy customer service, and yearly price increases - why would anyone want cable or satellite TV?

There is a revolution that has giant cable and satellite TV corporations worried. A major shift in how we watch TV is underway as each month hundreds of thousands of cable and satellite TV subscribers cut the cord and cancel their expensive subscriptions. Over 33 million Americans have cut the cord, opting to watch TV for free using an over-the-air antenna or by taking advantage of low-cost streaming video services that cost a small fraction of the price of cable or satellite TV.

In 2018, the number of households who have cut the cord rose by 32.8% with the top five cable and satellite TV providers losing 3.2 million subscribers. In the first quarter of 2019 alone, the top ten U.S. cable and satellite TV providers lost 1.28 million customers. If that trend continues, more than 5 million cable and satellite TV subscribers will have cut their cable cord and ditched their satellite dish by the end of 2019. By the end of 2019, 34% of Americans are expected to have cut their cable TV cord or ditched their satellite TV dish.

61% of U.S. adults aged 18 to 29 and 37% aged 30 to 49 do not have cable or satellite TV and use online streaming services as their primary way to watch TV. 71% of cord-cutters stated their reason for cutting the cord was the high cost of cable and satellite TV. A survey of cord-cutters found the longer they went without cable or satellite TV, the more satisfied they were with their decision to cut the cord.

The average cable TV bill is a whopping $107 per month - nearly $1,300 a year Most of us pay more. I will show you how to cut the cord and save $75 or more each month, even if you are paying as little as $100 a month for cable or satellite TV. Think it's not worth the time or effort? The average cord-cutter saves $104 a month - $1,248 a year

Are you tired of throwing good money away on high cable or satellite TV bills? Do you want to enjoy television without emptying your bank account? Let me show you how to how to watch TV without paying a cable or satellite TV bill. It's time you joined the revolution


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  • ISBN-13: 9781078490672
  • ISBN-10: 1078490678
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: August 2019
  • Page Count: 150
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5 x 0.32 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.34 pounds


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