Originally Posted by Swolephile
I'm tired of Timewarner's escalating rates. I liked Direct TV but I can't get a good signal at my present condo. Looking to pull the plug on cable next month.
What steaming service offers the most TV content? I'm willing to pay for both Hulu Plus and Netflix if necessary. I love anime so I already have a membership at crunchyroll.com. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
A little more info would help.
What do you like to watch?
What, come hell or high water, can you NOT live without? Sports? Movies? Certain TV Series? Etc...
Where are you located with regards to your local TV stations? Have you gone to www.antennaweb.org
and seen what type of antenna you will need for locals(ABC/NBC/CBS/PBS/CW/Etc...)
Unless you have some equipment in place, you are going to find out that the initial START UP COST for "cord cutting" is pretty high, and might scare you off.
But remember, this is an INVESTMENT. It will pay off in 1 year, maybe 2.
And you can KISS GOODBYE the escalating cable costs. But ONLY if you are willing to give a little. This will happen to everyone.
And if you have a family, watch out. The wife, and kids, may HATE this, and you will be forced to just stick with what you have.
But more info would help.