TV is getting so expensive, but I don’t think my family can really live without it.
Watching TV is how we unwind and relax, but I’d rather be spending money on things we actually need than shelling out more than $1,000 a year for cable.
It’s absolutely ridiculous. On top of what I pay for cable, I’m paying for Netflix and HBO monthly subscriptions. It’s too much.
We live in the age of self-driving cars, so there has got to be a better solution to all this.
And there actually is. It’s called SelectTV.
Let me ask you this: How much did you used to pay for cable? I’m writing this in past tense because there’s no way you can miss out on this great deal.
The fact is that our obsession with TV is not going anywhere, and we probably don’t want it to anyway.
Many cord-cutting options don’t give you everything you want, so let me explain why you’re going to get the bang for your buck with SelectTV.
First, SelectTV lets you watch content on all your devices. Yes, all of them, which includes iOS, Android, Mac, PC, and, my favorite of them all, Chromecast.
All you have to do is download the app on your devices and then you can watch anything your heart desires.
They offer more than 500,000 on-demand TV episodes, movies, radio stations, live channels with sports events, viral videos, kid-friendly shows, and so much more.
They’re always updating their service, so you’re not going to miss out on anything.
Select TV also has a deal finder option so you can make the most out of that $1.66 a month streaming service. I never thought I’d write $1.66 and something to do with television in one sentence.
Right now you can get a free HDTV Antenna for broadcast channels like Fox, ABC, NBC, and CW; just pay shipping and handling. They’ll also give you a trial to premium services like Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Prime Video, and much
I’ve been paying less than half of what I would pay for cable TV per month in a whole year!
SelectTV also perfect for when you’re traveling, especially when you’re in a hotel that has only five channels on their cable working (and never the good ones).