We became a family of cord cutters back in 2011. Even with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and Sling TV, we’ve saved about $3,000 over the past five years, and we still have plenty to watch.
Friends sometimes ask for advice on how they can cord cut, so I decided to put everything I’ve learned about it in an ebook. It’s called Cord Cutting: A Quick Start Guide, and it’s only 99 cents in the Kindle store.
Here’s the official description:
Cord cutting is all about canceling your cable or satellite subscription and watching TV some other, cheaper way. Cord Cutting: A Quick Start Guide shows you how to get started.
Using plain language, it explains how to save money without giving up your favorite shows. It lays out your options and tells you how to watch everything from classic shows and movies to live TV—including major sporting events and even cable channels—legally and without an expensive contract.
It not only answers the question of how to become a cord cutter but also helps you decide whether cord cutting is right for you. Cord Cutting: A Quick Start Guide the perfect primer for anyone who’s ready to take back control of their TV.
If you’re interested, get it here.