Do you ever look at your Cable or Satellite bill? We’re not only talking about the internet side of the bill but the TV side as well? Do you ever read the fine print?
The big companies pull that number out of Thin Air; Starting with the low price of $79.99 for channels you will never watch. They also have the right to delete channels that you watch. It’s not always the price you were quoted. The big companies love to appeal to you the customer on getting you that deal which technically isn’t a deal.
Hulu = $8.00 per month or $96.00 per year Add commercial free for an additional $15.00 per month or $180 per year
Netflix = $7.99 per month or $96.00 per year
Roku for 1 TV $99 one time fee
Let’s start breaking down a little bit.
Quad play with secure add; $39.99 6mo or $240 per year $480.00
Standard triple play
1st feature 129.99, 6mo-$8001 yr $1600
2nd feature 18.00 more $150 6mo-$900 1yr $1800
We will do some later on. The $1600 and $1800 is just a start.
So, for two yr agreement and probably not including taxes and additional fees which is how this company continues to be the kings is ridiculous. $3600- $4200. $43,200 in 12 yrs. So, if you have been a customer for let’s say 20 yrs, this is the amt, $84,000.
Looking for a way to save $$$ per month or more? Get ready to break out the rabbit ears again and enjoy FREE TV with upgrades.
Let me introduce to you Tablo, the first ever digital video recorder (DVR) for Over-The-Air television signals. Using an HDTV antenna, Tablo collects free Over-The-Air HDTV signals (think rabbit ears from the 70’s!) that allow the user to either watch live TV or record programs to an external USB hard drive. Tablo can also connect to a home network through an Ethernet connection.
Ready to get setup and Cut the Cord?
Here’s how to start enjoying free Over-the-Air TV with your Tablo:
Connect your Antenna
Connect your USB HDD
Connect Tablo to your Home Network
Connect the Power Adapter
Your Tablo will come packaged with a Quick Start Guide which can help you complete setup.
The last thing is each television will need a ROKU.