Streaming Services That Meet Your Needs
At FairlawnGig we realize that no matter how unbelievably fast and amazing our internet service is, we know change can be scary. Especially when it could impact what may be your number one source of entertainment – the television. It’s intimidating when you only have two or three things to choose from let alone the plethora of streaming services.
But there are so many choices because “cord cutting,” the practice of disconnecting a traditional TV service and switching entirely to streaming platforms, is on the rise here in Fairlawn and across the country. Options are increasing every day and it may feel overwhelming as a road you’d rather not travel down for merely the reason that it feels like a “hassle.”
You may be leery to jump into the cord-cutting craze. It may be hard to actually call the cable or satellite company and disconnect. But isn’t it worse to waste money month after month on overpriced programming you are not watching?
And while change is never easy, one service FairlawnGig offers every single subscriber is advice and guidance to get the most out of FairlawnGig, including lowering your TV bill by finding streaming services that meet your needs.
How much will I save by cutting the cord?
To replace what I have now, do I have to subscribe to so many platforms that my streaming services will cost just as much as I am paying now?
I don’t think my TVs are all internet-enabled. If I cut the cord do I have to buy all new TVs?
Currently I pay a fee for each TV hookup I have – how does that work with streaming services? Is there a limit or a fee?
I have programs I watch, and I like the option to try new shows – won’t cord cutting affect that?
Are all the network shows streaming?
What about local channels and news – can I get them, or do I need an HD antenna?
With regards to sports, how do I see the local professional teams?
The Viewing Experience
Before I try cord-cutting, is there a way to try it to see if it works for me?
Do I have to watch commercials or can I fast-forward them like with a DVR?
Will streaming have the same features I am accustomed to from a DVR?
What speed do I need to be a happy TV streamer?
Are there any other issues with streaming/cord-cutting?
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