Isn't that what they used to call those antenna on the top of the T.V.? Wasn't television just simpler then? Not that I'd know. Most of my life I've had the privilege of cable or satellite t.v.
Is there any way to keep it simple these days? AND not pay an outrageous amount of money each month?
This is my new quest.
Here's the deal: Soon after moving in here, we put an
We have had satellite for most of the time we've lived here because the lack of reception drove me nuts. Fine and dandy until the monthly bill keeps creeping higher and higher and took a $6 jump earlier this year. And we're just paying for the most basic package!
With the realization recently that we're spending nearly $600/year on television of all things, we're re-hashing new ideas to simplify and save money.
We already have wireless internet, so that improves video gazing online. There's got to be some way to get t.v. through there, even if we have to boost up to the next level for the internet. We'd still be saving money.
I know there is a cable to purchase and connect the laptop to the t.v. and watch that way, but can we get regular ABC, CBS, NBC channels? I've heard of things like Hulu, does that work? What else is out there?
I hate to be a bother and ask for your help AGAIN....but....I just had to throw it out there.
I thought I'd test my readers' technical knowledge (or perhaps even your tech-savvy husbands) and implore your assistance. What's the easiest way to still watch my beloved Biggest Loser and Dancing With The Stars AND save our budget?
Our pocketbook (and my husband) will thank you if we can figure out a good transition that will work for us.