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Just found and have been using a STREAMING system called GEARS RELOADED TV, with the Mayfair GuideTotal Monthly Outlay about $18mo and it has WORLD WIDE channels, and virtually all Premium Channels.To access the service I use a Nvidea Sheild Android Device ($179 on Amazon)
There is no TV in my home already some years, I rec it every one.I dont need pay to brainwash my mind and endure all that s* every day for hours on end, not to mention TV series and silly action films on flatulent subwoofer.In a moment of my life I realized I was addicted to TV, and those depressing images occupied a large part of my sleep time to being processed and removed from the conscious mind.After a few months without seeing the Big Brother trash I clearly noticed that my reasoning, concentration and awareness increased, and I do not even know what those sub-celebrities are doing, drinking or druging.Google for: stopping watching tv
Do you have seen the Weather Forecast man talk in how much chemtrail was sprayed today or even lately
I dropped cable TV about 5 years ago when I went through an extended unemployment stent. When I started working again I just didn't add it back, as I'd already acclimated to life without cable. Nowadays between Filmstruck, Netflix, Amazon and my local public library, there's literally more content to watch than I could ever get to in my lifetime. And no commercials either. Cheaper too. Way, way cheaper. Life is good
Hey! I'm writing this on my Mac while sipping a frappuccino at a Starbucks using their Wi-fi. So, I've been without cable TV and internet at home for the past 2 weeks. I've not been without cable TV the past 30 years here in NYC. But two months ago it got to the point where I felt that I had enough of this BS from cable company. Going back about 6 years ago, I switched from Time Warner to RCN for both cable and internet service. RCN is a smaller company but I was fine with their cable and internet service. At the time of switching it was cheaper than Time Warner. But of course the bill kept going up to point that my last bill from RCN was $204!!!! So, I was looking for cheaper way. After Time Warner changed their name to Spectrum, they have special offer of $100 a month for cable, internet and phone. So, I left RCN and went with Spectrum. Of course after my first year is over my bill increased to $140 a month in March. I was having problem with my cable box early last month, so I called them and asked of why my bill increased significantly. Of course they told me that my 1st year promotion expired. I told them I will cancel my service and they didn't even try to make me stay with them. So, I drop off the cable box and modem at the service center. And now I'm without cable or internet. I've been watching TV from over the air antenna and doing everything on my iPhone 5s. Luckily I still have the old "unlimited" plan from Sprint of which is unlike the current "unlimited" plan the old plan is really unlimited 4G LTE and no slowing down to 3G after you reached certain GB used. The strange thing is that I don't missed cable TV much but not having internet at home is a bit annoying. And I have to bring my Mac to Starbucks for certain things. Eventually I will get an internet service. Currently RCN have an offer of $35 a month internet service and of course that's for the first year. I guess after that it will be about $50/mo still cheaper than internet and cable TV. So, my plan now is to get just the internet only and stream TV from Sling TV for $20/mo. Anyone here using Sling TV? One other problem is that my LCD TV is very old and I will need to get a new one to make this transition easier. I think I'm done with cable TV. But unfortunately I think I still need internet at home. Anyway, anyone want to share their experience of Sling TV or other streaming service and internet provider, especially in NYC area are greatly welcome for this newly cord-cutter. Take care,Buddy
$200 in a year are $2400, in 3 years are $7200.
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