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Is It Time to Get Rid of Cable Television to Save Big Bucks?

Lately I’ve talked to more people that have elected to ditch their cable television and watch shows online.

Here is an interesting video that makes the argument that maybe cable television is too expensive.

What do you think? Could you live without cable television or satellite television?

Is It Time to Get Rid of Cable Television to Save Big Bucks?
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  • Bob Hazlett

    I was skeptical at first to cut the cord, but it didnt take long for me to realize that I wasn’t missing much. Most of the regular shows I watch were on the major networks or available via hulu plus or netflix.

    In addition, I’m working on a blog called http://kickoutcable.com to help my friends get rid of cable and use cheaper alternatives.

  • http://www.onehalfamazing.com Bob Hazlett

    I was skeptical at first to cut the cord, but it didnt take long for me to realize that I wasn’t missing much. Most of the regular shows I watch were on the major networks or available via hulu plus or netflix.

    In addition, I’m working on a blog called http://kickoutcable.com to help my friends get rid of cable and use cheaper alternatives.

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