In today's society with cost-of-living rising and employment salaries not keeping up with the pace of those costs, the average U.S. household could save over $1400 per year by ditching cable. That's a nice chunk of money saved in one swift action.
To get over-the-air TV you may need a digital TV antenna, but those are pretty cheap (approx. $70 on Amazon -- still less than half the average monthly cable bill of $123). Plus, that's a one-time purchase vs. the monthly bill of cable.
Since you likely already have the internet, a good video streaming package can meet most of your needs as a cable TV stand-in at a significantly lower monthly rate. Even if you bought Netflix and Amazon Prime that would still only be approximately $20 per month -- nearly $100 less than the average cable bill.
Check out NoCable.org where you can get step-by-step instructions on how to ditch those high cable bills and get free over-the-air TV.
Posted by: Nick Venturella