Friday, July 06, 2018

Cord-cutting: 6 things to know about dropping pay-TV

Consumers sometimes forget about the cost of broadband. On average, consumers pay $60 a month for high-speed internet access, which is often bundled with video, phone, and other services, according to Leichtman.

Consumers may need to get a faster connection, which can boost up monthly expenses, in order to stream HD video across multiple devices, according to Brett Sappington, director of research at Parks Associates. "You simply can't go with the lowest-cost connection," he said in an interview. 

From the article "Cord-cutting: 6 things to know about dropping pay-TV" by Jonathan Berr.

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