If you've been enjoying beautiful summer weather, you probably aren't thinking ahead to fall. But cooler temperatures and your favorite TV shows will return soon.
Which means NOW is the time to get working on your plan to cut the cord on cable TV!
Here's FOUR reasons why you should cancel cable this summer:
1. You'll Never Run Out of Things to Watch
Of the top 100 shows on TV last year, 97 were available for free with a TV antenna, and you can enjoy MANY more shows and movies on ad-supported streaming channels like the Roku Channel without paying a penny.
2. You'll Be Surprised How Easy It Is
Today's cord-cutting technology makes it SO easy for anyone — from toddlers to grandparents — to watch their favorite shows without a cable subscription. That's especially true when you can access live TV and your favorite streaming channels on a single device, like Roku.
3. You'll Never Be Stuck In a Contract
If you choose to supplement free TV sources with a paid streaming service like Netflix, you can cancel or switch to a different service at any time. This means you're only paying for what you're actually watching.
4. You'll Save Money
Smart consumers WILL save money by cutting the cord on cable TV, especially when part of the plan includes free content.
And thanks to our friends at Roku and Cord Cutters News, you can enter to win FOUR sweet prizes to help you cut cable, including:
So, log in via email or Facebook to the entry widget below and do at least one of the following things to enter. The more you do, the more chances you get!
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You can also receive additional entries by sharing the giveaway. For every friend you've referred that enters the contest, you'll receive another chance to win!
The contest ends at 11:59 pm ET on August 1st, 2019 so make sure to enter soon and enter often!
(Open to residents of the United States only. Sorry Canucks! See full terms & conditions.)
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