Posted on 3/5/2018 8:46 AM By Uriah Suarez
Moving is already stressful enough; don’t add to that stress by dealing with transferring information with your cable company. If you want to cut the cord but can’t decide when to make the plunge, we recommend our son-to-be transplants to wait until the big move. Whether you’re heading across town or to an entirely new state, cutting the cable cord can help make your moving experience much more convenient and stress-free. Here are four solid reasons cutting the cable cord during your move is in your best interest:
Posted on 2/21/2018 4:00 AM By Uriah Suarez
Struggling to get Kare11 on your Antenna? It’s a common problem for a lot of antenna users in the Twin Cities. Even after doing your research and buying the “right antenna” it still doesn’t work. It’s so frustrating, but why?
Posted on 2/5/2018 8:36 AM By John Brillhart
Understand why having a centrally-installed antenna is a great alternative to your home’s TV viewing.
Posted on 1/22/2018 4:00 AM By John Brillhart
Have you come to the realization you’re overpaying for your cable services? Cable providers tend to do a good job of making it seem like your life would be less complete without their services. However these days, there is a better way to watch your favorite TV shows and channels without that hefty price tag. When it’s time to cut the cord with cable, there are two methods you can choose from to get your favorite shows in your home.
Posted on 1/8/2018 4:00 AM By John Brillhart
When you cut the cord on cable, the strength and speed of your internet will be the ultimate factor in how well the transition goes from cable to streaming-based services. Before you start the process, it’s important to ask yourself a few questions: Have you thought about testing your current internet speeds, or upgrading to a new modem or router? Have you talked to the cable company about getting faster internet services, or what speeds and bandwidth will be needed to successfully stream? It is imperative to know your bandwidth strength before you cut the cord, and the Wi-Fi experts at Cable Alternatives are more than happy to help!
Posted on 12/4/2017 1:30 PM By John Brillhart
Great job! You cut the cord on cable, and the savings are rolling in. There has been only one problem: You are struggling to receive an antenna signal for KARE 11. You are missing out on essential television like NFL football, NHL hockey, The Olympics, SNL, This Is Us, The Voice, The Super Bowl, and course, the local KARE 11 news. You love anchors Belinda Jensen, Julie Nelson, and Randy Shaver and you’re starting to miss them dearly. What can you do to ensure you pick up the KARE 11 signal when you cut the cord?