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Thinking of cutting the cord?


Many people, especially millenialsare fed up with high cable bills and are contemplating cutting the cord. Before you take out those scissors, there are a couple of things to consider. First, what TV channels do I want? If you are satisfied with the free over air channels, you will need a TV antenna and an idea what over the air TV signals can you receive with the antenna. Regarding the antennas, there are 2 types, outside, which are, mounted to the roof or side of your home and indoor, which sits on top of your TV or attached to a window. Outside antennas will always provide better reception. A good outdoor antenna will run between $50 and $100 before installation. A good indoor antenna will run between $25 and $50. Regarding the stations you can receive, visit, www.nocable.organd click on the free TV report. Type in your Zip code and you will see a list of available free OTA stations depending on the type of antenna being used. If you want to add streaming TV stations such as the cable news channels, sports channels or premium channels as HBO, confirm that you have a minimum Internet speed of 25 Mbps, which is necessary for video streaming. To have an accurate comparison of costs, you will want to investigate the monthly fees associated with the various TV services you want to stream. Please visit our website at www.wbsouth.com.

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