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Quick post: We’ve been receiving increasingly high traffic recently, with many people typing in our URL directly. If you have a moment, can you let us know (using the comment link below) how you heard about CancelCable.com or found our site? Thanks for your help!
Let me introduce myselfâ€¦Iâ€™m Mrs. CancelCable.com. Â Thought Iâ€™d try my hand at adding to our blog! Hereâ€™s the latest…. In late December, we had some bad weather and our Roku unitâ€™s power adapter was fried during a lightning storm. This was a pretty big deal since we (including our kids) have been relying on it […]
It’s been over a year and a half since we originally canceled cable. Here’s a quick update on what’s new… On July of 2008, we wrote a blog post comparing the costs of keeping cable with buying a 50″ TV each year and tossing it in a dumpster and created a simple calculator to see […]
It’s been over a year now since we canceled our cable TV service.Â Â We’ve saved a lot of money and now watch all our favorite shows using a combination of free HD broadcast TV and the Internet.Â Â We’ve been very happy with our decision and have been taking advantage of some pretty cool new services. […]
Quick post: We are receiving very heavy traffic this morning, mostly from people typing in our URL directly.Â Â This usually happens when we are featured in a newspaper article or radio show, but we aren’t aware of any new ones. If you have a moment, can you please let us know how you heard about […]
Just checked our logs and noticed that our traffic is through the roof.Â Turns out we were just written up in a Washington Post article titled ‘TV Breaks Out of the Box‘. The article mentions our Showfinder tool and talks about how canceling cable is becoming a viable alternative for some broadband users.Â My favorite […]
Netflix streaming movies will soon be available on Tivo and Xbox Experience.Â Previously, Netflix’s Instant Watch content could only be viewed on a computer or using a $99 set top box called a Roku.Â Â Since Roku, Tivo and Xbox will pull all the content off of a standard broadband connection, cable TV service is not […]
Just read a great post by Seth Godin called Hungry, which explains how marketers are great at teaching well-fed consumersÂ to want to eat more than they need.Â Â Â Â He mentions canceling cable as a prime example. Cable TV used to fill a unique need.Â Twenty years ago, it was the only way to get first […]
Have you canceled cable TV?Â Â Tell us about it… Use the comments box below to share your story so that we can all learn from your experience.Â Â Some things you might want to include… What state do you live in? How much are you saving per month? What are you using as an alternative to […]