Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Toronto 401 & Neilson
As far as cost being an issue...consider what you were paying for a year of TV before you cut the cord. Probably close to $1000? Now look at what you could purchase for the equivalent of one year of cable. An appropriate outdoor antenna setup, a new flat screen TV plus a TiVo with lifetime guide with money left over.
And speaking of the guide...in my opinion that is the most important component when you are cutting the cord because no matter how you get your content, even if you only get one channel, you still want to know what is available on each of the channels you get. I'm a big fan of TiVo because I can see what is on every channel for the next 2 weeks and I can set it to record any of them with only 2 clicks.
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