Article by Herb Kimble.
So many people are tired of cable. They go up on your bills each month and refuse to provide even simple things like a new router without price increases. You’ll see your cable company offering great specials to new customers but the old customers just can’t catch a break.
Lots of viewers are tired of being treated this way. They’re ready to cut the cable cord and make the switch to one of the streaming services. But with so many choices, how do you know which one is best? Below are some comparisons that show what each channel offers including prices for these packages.
Playstation Vue: This is a fairly popular option because it offers 3 good channel lineups. The basic package is $49.99 and includes all your favorites like Bravo, HGTV, USA and SyFy. For $85 per month, you can get over 100 channels plus Sports and Premium. Viewers like this one because it offers Cloud DVR and multiple device streams.
Hulu: For $5.99 per month, you can get access to their on-demand streaming library. This does not include live TV. If you want all the major networks and the ability to access live TV, you’ll pay $44.99 per month plus tax.
DirectTVNow: For $50 per month, they offer 45 channels including HBO and prices go up to $70 per month for 60 channels, HBO and Cinemax. You can stream from your favorite device, including Android, Apple and iOS. They feature over 10,000 on demand titles. You can record and play back shows.
Sling: They have 3 plans: Orange, Blue and Orange & Blue. Prices start at $15-$25 per month for the basic channels. If you want the ability to stream four different channels, you’ll pay $40 per month. But this price includes all major channels.
This article was provided by Herb Kimble. Herb Kimble is an entrepreneur, as well as a dedicated actor, and growing film producer. He is currently based in the Los Angeles area, where he has co-founded CineFocus Productions and is working toward the release of his upcoming streaming service, Urban Flix.