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Life Arts    H4'ed 7/8/18

Do You Really Need Cable TV?

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Services such as Sling TV and Hulu With Live TV aren’t like Netflix, where users watch individual shows or movies. Instead, these cable-replacement services provide access to cable channels, such as CNN and TBS Network, along with many broadcast channels.

The price is typically around $35 to $45 a month for 30 to 60 channels. You can often pay a bit more to get premium channels such as HBO or packages that add channels focusing on such things as Spanish-language content or sports...

A cable-replacement service was a big part of the solution for John and Alisa Moore, a couple in Fallbrook, Calif. They got rid of cable TV and, after experimenting with several internet and cable-replacement combinations, settled on a $25 plan from Sling TV for broadcast and cable channels along with AT&T for internet service.

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