Why You Should Keep or Cut the Cord At Your New Home

BY Kristen Fowler | Tue Jul 18, 2017
Why You Should Keep or Cut the Cord At Your New Home

Moving into a new home means making tough decisions. Where should the silverware go? Who sleeps on which side of the bed? How many throw pillows is too many throw pillows? Should you keep or cut the cord with your cable company?

The last question looms large in the minds of movers: Should I pay for cable, or is it finally time to cut the cord? Movers aren’t alone: In the first quarter of 2017, nearly 800,000 U.S. pay-TV consumers canceled their subscriptions, opting for alternatives such as video streaming services.

The answer boils down to personal preference regarding how much or how little cable you watch and whether streaming services offer the programming you like.

Price is important, too, so be sure to check out service bundles offered by your local telecommunications provider.

For a list of providers and service bundles in your area, contact Allconnect to help you get connected in your new home. Thanks for watching.

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