What are the must haves when you cut the cord and leave cable behind?
blackdog 30 weeks ago
I am cancelling cable and was wondering what services people thought were “must haves” and what the best way to get them to the TV is. Obviously Netflix. But I don’t want to just hook up my laptop to my TV. I know there are lots of choices: Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, etc. What would be a good quick and easy.....and hopefully affordable...set-up of services and hardware to replace cable?
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