Have you been thinking about cutting your pay-TV cord? Kind of scary to think about, isn’t it? If you were born anytime after the mid-seventies, you’ve probably spent your entire life with pay-TV. It’s become a habit – something you rarely even think about. It’s just always there.
And, yet, now there is something about it that is bothering you. It may be the time you spend (or waste) watching it. It may be the cost that just keeps growing, and you are now questioning the value of what you are getting for what you are paying. Perhaps you resent having to reduce the “package” you are getting just to keep the cost reasonable. Maybe it’s the redundancy – asking yourself why you are paying upwards of $100 per month when you can get TV on your phone, on your tablet and on your computer for nothing. Of course, you could also just be mad about having to pay for 200 channels when you only watch a half-dozen at most.
No matter what your reasons, you are now thinking about cutting the cord. I want to show you some of the pros and cons of cord cutting. No, it’s not all sweetness and light, but neither will you have to make major sacrifices.