Bundle Your Internet to Save!

by Jeremy

There was a time when so-called “cable cutting” was trendy, as more and more people switched to streaming services to save money without sacrificing the content they love. However, with so many streaming options, it’s become almost as expensive to eschew cable in favor of streaming entertainment. When you tally up needing to subscribe to services like Disney+, Hulu, Netflix, Showtime, Starz, HBO Max, Amazon Prime, Peacock, and Apple TV Plus to be able to keep up with the watercooler talk at the office, it’s clear that for some TV-watchers cable may be just as expensive, if not cheaper.

So, what’s the best way to save on cable service? Funnily enough, it has something in common with what cord-cutters are doing by focusing on their Wi-Fi in the first place. That’s right; your internet service may be the key to cheaper access to the television series and other streaming content you love. Read on to learn why bundling your internet service may make sense for you and how to do it.

internet and cable service together could save you a lot of money. That being said, it’s also worth noting that ISPs only offer some internet speed tiers if you bundle. Often, if you want the fastest speeds, you’ll also have to bundle. Otherwise, it just doesn’t make sense to be paying a premium.

Of course, people use the internet a lot more nowadays than they did in the early 1990s. If you’re only using the world wide web for social media or electronic mail, perhaps you can get by with slower speeds. However, people with higher internet usage must have an ISP with fast speeds. Whether you’re playing games with friends across North America online or have registered your domain name and blog as a way to run your internet corporation, having high speeds and bundling your internet likely goes hand-in-hand.

offer internet and cable television bundles, it’s also possible to bundle your phone service. This all depends on your taste, but if you’re now attending more virtual workshops or are one of the millions of Americans in the United States currently working remotely, it might make sense to double up and get an internet voice. While you might think the best way to get started is to call your existing internet or television provider, it helps to begin by doing more research.

Assuming that you’re satisfied with your current internet service provider, the most crucial aspect of doing this research is gaining leverage and negotiating a better deal. By comparing a few different options online first, you can get a better idea of what other ISPs in your area offer. Sometimes, different continents get different rates or deals, so a discount offered to customers in North America wouldn’t work for those living in Denmark, and vice versa for an agreement for Danes not being provided to someone in the United States. It’s much easier to get the best rate when you can quote a price you’re willing to pay for your bundled internet and TV.

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