It's National Cut-The-Cord Day

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Today is National Cut-The-Cord Day

 

You’ve heard it mentioned, and maybe you do it, too - streaming - that is.  Netflix, Hulu, etc.  But might you be ready to really cut the cord?  This day  is meant to encourage you to do the research to see what you can learn about maybe not cutting the cord on everything - but on some things that will not damage your reception, and maybe even improve it - and might also save you a great deal of money.

 

According to some estimates, about 33 million consumers will have cut the cord by the end of this year, rising to 50 million in 2021 and 55 million in 2022.

 

Many millennials and younger are opting not to even have computers anymore - if they work outside of the home they surely have them at work - and what have those phones we carry around with us all day, but mini-computers?  So, they are opting for less clickity-clack on the keys and more scrolling - watch those thumbs!

 

When searching for the best info to give you it became obvious that research needs to be tailored to your specific needs.  And some companies are so afraid of you opting-out that they will charge you big time should you decide you made a mistake and want to opt-in.

 

But we encourage you to search around, take a look at Hulu and what it can do for you.  And, of course, Netflix…and many other services out there.  We suggest going to

Today is National Cut-The-Cord Day

 

You’ve heard it mentioned, and maybe you do it, too - streaming - that is.  Netflix, Hulu, etc.  But might you be ready to really cut the cord?  This day  is meant to encourage you to do the research to see what you can learn about maybe not cutting the cord on everything - but on some things that will not damage your reception, and maybe even improve it - and might also save you a great deal of money.

 

According to some estimates, about 33 million consumers will have cut the cord by the end of this year, rising to 50 million in 2021 and 55 million in 2022.

 

Many millennials and younger are opting not to even have computers anymore - if they work outside of the home they surely have them at work - and what have those phones we carry around with us all day, but mini-computers?  So, they are opting for less clickity-clack on the keys and more scrolling - watch those thumbs!

 

When searching for the best info to give you it became obvious that research needs to be tailored to your specific needs.  And some companies are so afraid of you opting-out that they will charge you big time should you decide you made a mistake and want to opt-in.

 

But we encourage you to search around, take a look at Hulu and what it can do for you.  And, of course, Netflix…and many other services out there.  First thing we suggest going to Cord Cutters News on the web or go to YouTube, and type in cutting the cord - you’ll find more information than you’d ever want to know…but think about it - the money you could be saving is your own.

 

First thing - go to YouTube, and type in cutting the cord - you’ll find more information than you’d ever want to know…but think about it - the money you could be saving is your own.