Do You Need Cable? {Family Money Minute Radio}

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Do You Need Cable?


October 22, 2014: Do You Need Cable?

I know we all have our favorite TV shows, but is it really worth the cost of cable?

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I’ve found that cable companies will offer great deals for a very limited time to bring you in, but then raise their monthly fee astronomically after a trial period of six months or so.

We didn’t want to completely get rid of our cable because of special events like the Olympics & Wimbledon. But we did find that with all the on-demand programming, online programming, and monthly subscription services, we were able to take our cable down to the very basic package, and still enjoy our favorite family shows.

Ready to cut the cable bill? Here’s how to do it.

If nothing else, give your cable company a call and tell them you are thinking of leaving; I bet you’ll see that rate dropped drastically when they think they may lose you as a customer.
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