Posted on 6/10/2019 12:57 PM By Uriah Suarez
After finally deciding to cut the cord to cable for good, you will have a plethora of options for television service. While streaming services are available, television antennas continue to lead in popularity. Not only can an antenna help cut out expensive cable, but it can provide clear, sharp images often of better quality than network cable. There are several television antennas available, but Cable Alternatives gives customers a range of high quality, trusted options to select from. Below, let's examine some top brands Cable Alternatives uses.
Posted on 4/8/2019 2:25 PM By Uriah Suarez
The world of home entertainment has changed, outfitting mothers, fathers, children, and friends alike with customizable viewing options, instant Internet access, and much more. Smart TVs have taken the industry by storm—and purchasing a smart device does the name justice.
Posted on 3/18/2019 12:27 PM By Uriah Suarez
Netflix is a service that provides streaming to your television for a minimal monthly fee through the internet. Netflix, which once started as simply a way to rent and watch movies, has transformed into a streaming Goliath that is quickly taking over the way the world views shows and movies.
Posted on 2/18/2019 1:14 PM By Uriah Suarez
While streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu provide endless hours of programing and available movies, there certainly is no substitute for local programming. With additional services and devices, it is now possible to eliminate your monthly cable bill while still keeping your local networks. We will examine below the benefits to local channels and the devices used to bring local stations to your television without cable.
Posted on 8/13/2018 11:45 AM By Uriah Suarez
Contrary to popular belief, TV antennas aren’t a thing of the past. In fact, as more and more people are choosing to get rid of cable and satellite, they’re installing various types of antennas in their homes.
Posted on 7/9/2018 11:37 AM By Uriah Suarez
Oftentimes, people have realized they’re overpaying for their cable service and underusing it, but they don’t want to cut the cord because they’ll lose their favorite sports channels like ESPN and Fox Sports. If you’ve been contemplating getting rid of cable, we’re here to tell you that there are options available that can allow you to watch your team’s games without paying the outrageous cable price.
Posted on 6/4/2018 8:16 AM By Uriah Suarez
Is your cable bill one of those unwanted stressors that is weighing you down each month? Just in the last year, millions of Americans opted to end their contracts with their cable providers.
You may have heard of your friends, neighbors, or relatives cutting their cable cords recently, however, this can be a difficult decision to make. How will you still be able to watch your favorite TV shows? Digital TV antennas, streaming devices, and Wi-Fi streaming services are all excellent ways to ditch cable and stay on top of the action.
Posted on 3/19/2018 4:00 AM By Uriah Suarez
Have you come to the realization you’re simply paying too much for cable? Spring cleaning includes decluttering and downsizing, so why not do the same with your cable bill? Step into spring the right way, and kick that expensive bill to the curb by cutting the cord this season.
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?
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