I’ve finally decided to completely drop cable TV in favor of just broadband and streaming services. I give my thoughts on how this is going so far.
Cord cutting is growing in popularity as cable TV subscriptions decline, as reported by Leichtman Research Group. Of course, growing cable bills don’t help.
A recent survey shows that Americans who still have cable TV subscriptions tend to keep them out of convenience and tradition.
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