I cut the cord

mama23dogs
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I Ditched cable TV!    My frontier contract ended, so I dumped them.  

CHanged my Hulu to commercial free.  Never been happier.

Hardly anything to watch except Bluebloods, which I can watch on Hulu when I have time.

I'm enjoying "The Commish" until Bluebloods has new episodes.

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Khines5705
Sr. Member

I cut the cord a long time ago and all I miss is my NASCAR races.

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BillyG57
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I cut the cord years ago. I have hulu, MLB streaming and a good antenna that gets 50+ channels.

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MiiHere
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Isn't it great?? I haven't had cable in...10+ years. I don't even have basic cable.

How do you like Hulu? I have Netflix and Amazon Prime. I think my internet also comes with Comcast's version of Netflix/Hulu.

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BillyG57
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I really like hulu and I have Comcast internet. I also rent movies from Google through my roku box and pay for them through Google rewards program.

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Snn5
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I have cable cause it comes with the place and it reduces the internet cost.

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BillyG57
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I have basic cable that I don't use but I get internet cheaper and antenna gives me local channels in hd for free.

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mama23dogs
Sr. Leader

I Love Hulu and Netflix, I have Amazon because I order from them all the time, but use Hulu and Netflix more often

I upgraded Hulu to commercial free, which is awesome and worth the $4. 

I Rarely can watch TV in real time because of my variable hours.  I hate commercials.

I Live in a valley, so I tried an antenna and got one good station and 2 really poorly.  Returned the antenna.

Roku rocks.  I can put it anywhere I get wifi.  Check this out...  My excuse is the clock broke and I need one in the bathroom.  Pretty thin huh? 

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Snn5
Sr. Leader

I guess I haven't seen the main differences between Chromecast and Roku, other than a large difference in price.

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mama23dogs
Sr. Leader

Chromecast has to cast a screen from another device and is limited to what you can get in the Internet.

Roku has channels and I find it easier to use. 

Also, it requires an HDMI, the little TV doesnt have HDMI, so only Roku can work with it.