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Monday Money Minute: Get Debt Free TV

  March 28, 2017  |    #Tools

Cut the cord to get debt free TV

Tired of spending $250 a month on cable and still seeing more naked people on your Tumblr feed than on your tele? This vid tells how we cut the cord to get debt free TV and turned $100 to $3,000.

Get all the Golden Girls you need with debt free TV

In this Monday Money Minute, David goes down on cable and shares how we turned $100 into $3,000. With all of today’s streaming options, it doesn’t make sense to bound yourself to expensive and overpriced cable TV.

What are the pros and cons of kicking cable to the curb like the latest bitch on Rupaul’s Drag Race? David shares everything here. How easy is it to cut the cord for debt free TV? It turns out no harder than switching to streaming music from a tape deck. Where can you get help to drop your debt faster than pants at a gay bar when someone yells, “Hands up?” Get it all and more here.

Watch David go down on cable and get on debt free TV:

Getting debt free TV helped us become debt free

For many of us, the thought of cutting the cord for debt free tv is like watching Britney cut her hair all over again. Cutting the cord to get debt free TV, it is just another the many tools that helped us pay off $51,000 in credit card debt in just two and a half years. Ultimately, this one was a no-brainer because we only watched a handful of the show on the 36 million cable channels we used to have. Every show we want to watch is now on free TV.

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12 responses to “Monday Money Minute: Get Debt Free TV

  1. Hulu, Amazon Prime and Netflix offer me twice a 30 day year free trial. That’s 6 months of free movie streaming! When I accept, I immediately put a reminder in my calendar to cancel before 30 days. When I don’t any free offer available, I just go to Red Box and rent a DVD fo a couple of bucks 🙂

  2. More people are cutting the cord nowadays and shifting their attention online. Even segments of notable TV shows, like Jimmy Fallon’s “The Tonight Show”, are made for circulation in social media and online platforms.

    1. Agreed. More content is being made available online, which can be good for the customer, especially if you have unlimited data. I remember saying once that watching TV on your phone seems dumb. I have eaten my words on that one. 😛

  3. We cut the cord last century. We just don’t watch that much. I get movies I want to see at the library or RedBox, I will buy series that I want to see (i.e. Big Bang) so I can view them when I want. I did invest 35.00 in a flat HD Antennae that gets pretty good reception. We can’t use the fire stick or chrome stick because we still use the tube TV from the 1990’s. 🙂

    1. Amy, I get where you are coming from. We had to upgrade our TV because we live in a concrete building and couldn’t get reception before the digital switch, so we were prepared when it happened. Although it would be nice to get away without any TV bills. If you have wifi you still might be able to use the Apple TV box. I will have to check that out.

    1. Getting free internet is probably not going to happen, that is unless it is part of your apartment or condo buildings services. Otherwise you may try to piggy back off of a network within reach that is public, but you may end up getting trolled or hacked.

  4. I cut the cord a while back and use Amazon prime, but I also use these other free aps like Kodi for my movies and Mobdro for tv. However comcast charges an arm and a leg for Internet alone because they know people have started streaming instead of using thier cable programs. So now searching for a cheaper Internet provider that’s still as good as comcast

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