#1 Give the Antenna a Second Look
Now, on average, cord cutters get 30 channels including the big ones—ABC, CW, CBS, FOX, and NBC—along with a ton of other great channels 100% free! Wondering what you could get for free over the air? Check out AntennaRecommendations.com to find out what you should pick up with an indoor or an outdoor antenna.
[We suggest reading: Cordcutting NFL Fans: Sling TV is Offering Free Indoor Antennas]
#2 Forget About Contracts
Often new cord cutters get stuck with the idea that once they sign up for a service they have to keep paying for it. The good news for cord cutters is there are no contracts.
#3 Don’t Get Tricked Into Overpaying For Internet
Often when you downgrade to Internet only one of two things will happen. They will do their best to convince you to upgrade your Internet speed to a crazy high level or they will try to get you to bundle.
The truth is you really only need 20 Mbps down to get a good streaming experience. (But faster is nice.) So don’t be tricked into the idea that you need a faster speed to stream your content.
They will also try to get you to bundle your service with a phone or TV option. Remember: Don’t get tricked into promotional pricing. They will say anything over the phone but remember when you add services they add fees and often only tell you the promotional rate.
#4 WhyFly Offers At-Home Wireless 1ooMbps internet for $55 per month, zero contract.
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