Cable bundle bills that include phone, Internet, and TV can range from a $60 per month deal to upwards of $200 a month. But decreasing that cost is easily achieved by cutting cable out completely. Your bill has the possibility of going from $150 to $30 a month. But how do you still watch major network shows? With an antenna.
Gone are the rabbit ear antennas of the past, and in are sleek, box-shaped antennas that can be installed indoors or outdoors. Antennas range in price from $30 to $200 depending on quality and range.
To see what channels you would get with an antenna, Anntennaweb.org provides information on a certain area. Antennas can provide up to 50 channels. This is also the best way to still watch live events, such as sports or local newscasts.
If you own an older television, you may also need a digital converter. Many people started using the converters in 2009 when tevision channels transitioned to an all-digital format.