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    Bill Recto

    Yes but also take into account the costs to use YoutubeTV, YoutubeRed and Filmon’s subscriptions plus data usage from cell carriers if your watching those shows on tablet and phones. ALso your house internet bills if your watching the shows on computers and TV’s conneted to Wifi like AppleTV and Roku.

    But they add up quickly. $10 for Netflix, $10 for Amazon (AMZN, Tech30) Prime, $12 for Hulu, $7 for CBS, and however much Disney or ESPN’s service will cost … it could one day cost consumers more to get the content that they want than by buying cable.



    Might it actually be cheaper to get “expanded basic” cable than several streaming services??

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