1. Trim your TV channels
2. Reduce your internet speed
3. Limit your data usage
If you’ve ever gone over your one terabyte (TB) data cap with Xfinity, you know what to expect the next morning: an email shaking its digital finger at you and warning that you might be charged the next time you go over your data limit.
Xfinity gives you two of these so-called “freebies,” and they reset after 12 months.3 But if you go over your data cap a third time within one year, Xfinity automatically charges you an extra $10 to add 50 GB of additional data to your account.
Those charges for extra data won’t go over $200 each month. Yup, $200.
Whether it’s $10 or $200, that’s an extra slap to your wallet. We can’t blame you for avoiding paying for extra data, and luckily there are a few things you can do.
4. Ditch the rental equipment
Our list consists of three live TV streaming services (fuboTV, YouTube TV, and Sling TV) and two on-demand streaming services (Netflix and Hulu). Do you want live channels and some on-demand content, or would you like a big library of on-demand content that you can stream whenever you’d like? To find the best streaming service, […]
Security cameras are useful tools, but they’re impossible to watch all the time. If you look away, you might miss something… unless you have motion-detector cameras. We’ve scoured the market for the best motion-detector cameras from Google, Arlo, Wyze, and more so that you can pick what works best for you.
Both YouTube TV and fuboTV have received a lot of buzz, and rightfully so—they’re arguably the best live TV streaming services in the industry. Although YouTube TV is best for some consumers, fuboTV will be best for most. YouTube TV has a channel lineup of 85+ channels and contains no fluff. It also comes with […]