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Re: [Caps] Cord-Cutter's Unite! - How did you do it?
I dont think hula netflix or any of that crap really factors in at all with cord cutters. I have all of that but i also have cable tv. LMAO everyone i know that has that also has cable tv. Now the people i know that dont have cable also dont have the other junk. Either way i really doubt in the real world people subsitute cable for hula and amazon and such.
Kinda like vegetarians who think it's ok to each fish & poultry. LOL!
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said by rody_44:I know in my case having those services made the decision to drop channels much easier. Once I did the math and realized I could stream the half dozen shows I like way cheaper than it was costing to keep a ton of channels I wasn't watching it became an easy decision. If there was no alternative I probably would not have done it.
I dont think hula netflix or any of that crap really factors in at all with cord cutters.
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said by rody_44:You would be wrong in that assumption then.
...Either way I really doubt in the real world people substitute cable for hula and amazon and such.
We cut the cord about a year ago after moving to cable internet from dsl.
Our setup is mainly consoles PS3's and Xbox's. We also have a roku and we use laptops.
Netflix and amazon are our only services and are probably 80/20 on the percentage. All other streams are from the providers site directly with no subs. We initially also subscribed to Hulu+ but didn't get enough value from it so we cancelled fairly early on.
Never kept track of pre cord cutting usage.
Post cord cutting usage has us increasing 10-20Gb a month but I am betting we will level off at 180-200Gb.
I miss the simple interface of cable\satellite to find a show, web interfaces especially from consoles or roku leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to searching or just browsing.
Immediate viewing on cable\sat is also missed I never realized how surfing with a TV remote was so convenient.
Despite all that NOT paying 100+ a month is worth it.