“The average cable bill in the US has risen 39% in the past five years, reaching almost $100 per month.…Which is pretty wild when you consider that the average Internet and TV subscriber only uses around 29 GB of data. Help make finding broadband easier. Consumers are responding by “cutting the cord” from cable TV in favor of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu — to the tune of 500,000 canceled subscriptions or more quarterly. The bad news: data caps and high Internet costs mean that simply “cutting the cord” from cable TV isn’t the answer to a cheaper cable bill for everyone. The good news: the abundance of TV options on the market has driven Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to offer competitive bundling options. With a little bit of legwork and research, you can save as much as half on your monthly Internet and TV bill. In this post we’ll walk you through everything you need to know to optimize your cable Internet and TV plan — from bundling, to streaming, to VoIP service…”
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