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While no one wants to pay a ton of money each month, I’d say there are plenty of people, ourselves included, who enjoy watching a little TV or having a movie night at the house.
Today’s guest, Brad from Internet TV Boxes, is going to help us find an affordable solution.
What appealed to us about Roku is that there is no monthly fee for the basic service. You buy a unit and out of the box your Roku comes with a lot of free channels and content.
If you want to catch current shows, Hulu Plus can be a cheap option.Plus members can access their content on their electronics such as computers, iPod Touch, Roku, and TV. Hulu offers less ads for their shows, but they are still included with a paid subscription.
Sling works by streaming your favorite television shows through the internet. They have packages with channels such as ESPN, HGTV, and Disney. You can grab them starting at $20/month and there is no contract.
Try Sling TV free for 7 days to see if it’s the right pick for you.
Cable Alternative Resources
If you want to cut the cord, here are some resources mentioned on the show you can try out.
- Tech Guide to Cutting the Cord
- Brad’s Top Six Streaming Media Set-ups
- Top 10 Free Roku Channels for Kids and Families