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  1. #71
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    Re: Cord Cutting Options

    Find out what Xfinity charges for a new internet only account per month. That should be your guide.
    Also find out if there other internet providers in your area. You should be able to use a router of your choosing (that you own).
    You will still need to pay for Netflix and Amazon separately.
    My plan is to subscribe to YouTube TV but only sporadically (for certain events of interest for example the Summer Olympics).

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    Re: Cord Cutting Options

    Frontier didnít with me. What I did however was upgrade from 75 MBPS up/down to 1000 MPBS and still saved money.


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    Re: Cord Cutting Options

    For those who cut the cord and want to watch the Superbowl this evening, you can stream it for free using the Fox Sports App with your favorite streaming device (Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, etc.).
    You can also watch it in 4k if you use Amazon Fire TV and you have a 4k TV.

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    Re: Cord Cutting Options

    Iím now ~5 months into YouTube TV, and the rest of my streaming apps. I do not miss DirecTV one bit. I live about 30 minutes west of Minneapolis, and out here we only have MediaCom for internet, which caps me at 100 gigs a month. Iíve ended up paying about 50% more on my internet then I was before.. but still happy. Iím sure that cost will go down in a couple of years once my kids arenít in the house.


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    Re: Cord Cutting Options

    I cut the cord to the home phone as well. Ported the old home number to Google Voice and now pay nothing.

 

 
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