Is It Really Possible To Eliminate Cable Bills Forever? Yes, Watch Online TV!
As a single mother of two young children, the last thing I can afford is a $75-100 a month cable bill. It is simply out of the question!
I first became acquainted with on line tv through a friend that used Hulu. He had a girlfriend that lived across the country. Their date night would consist of both of them turning on their PCs and going to www.HULU.com. They would pick out a movie together, then simultaneously watch the chosen movie. At times they would take a brief intermission for talk, popcorn, and bathroom visits! How brilliant. What a fun, cozy inexpensive date!
My kids got bored with the same old DVDs. So I checked out Hulu. My kids love it. I feel great that they are watching the exact same shows I watched as a young girl. Wonder Woman, Snoopy, The Partridge Family.
Since we enjoyed watching on line TV so much, I decided to check out a service with 3500 HD channels that can be accessed from PC. There's just a small one time activation fee---half of a one month cable bill. It was also simple for us to connect computer directly to our TV.
We enjoy thousands of television channels, from soaps and sports to movies and dramas, 24/7 ! There was no equipment or hardware to install. It's as Easy as 1-2-3 to set-up.
This is the future of TV! Its the new way to watch TV- from the convenience of your own desktop PC or laptop. Why pay on average $100 a month for a cable or satellite television subscription with limited channel availability? You can get a lifetime of unlimited access to over 3,500 channels for less than half of that?
Watch On line TV! I highly recommend this service for anyone who enjoys a variety of programing, travels alot, or someone who is living away from their home country. You have nothing to loose-except your monthly cable bill! Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed
First Post! 10/11/2009
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