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CUT THE CORD

Your content, your media, your way

With the abundance of streaming services and technology available today, watching your favorite shows and the hottest new movie releases online has never been easier or more affordable.

Getting rid of cable and the expensive contracts can be done without sacrificing the content you want. So why not join the “cord cutting” nation?

What does it mean to cut the cord?

When you “cut the cord”, you cancel expensive cable or satellite television service. That doesn’t mean you lose access to your favorite shows!  Instead, you choose the channels and programming you want and streaming services that work for you.

Alternatives to cable include:

  • Amazon Prime
  • Netflix
  • Network channels
  • Digital media players (like Apple TV and Roku)

  • Sling
  • Digital video recorders (such as Tivo)
  • Websites that you want to continue to watch your favorite programs

Instead of an endless list of channels you’re forced to buy as a bundle, you customize the list of channels you really want.

Streaming content is becoming more accessible every day. You can even access your favorite cable channels through options like HBO Now and Showtime Anytime.

Why cut the cord?

Cutting the cord can save you money!  

Internet only plans, without expensive cable and phone bundles, is often more affordable.  Plus, you decide which channels come into your home – who really needs the thousands of channels of programming that come with cable contracts?

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It can’t be that easy to get rid of cable. What do I need to break free?

It is! All you need is your TV and you’re all set!

Want to enhance your channel selection? We recommend:

Digital Media Player

Digital media players are devices that connect your home network to digital media. Digital media players can stream content from your home computer or online streaming services. We recommend that DC Access customers use a wired digital media player (such as Apple TV or wired Roku device) rather than a stick or wireless device (like the Roku Streaming Stick or Amazon Fire Stick) to get better connectivity.

Streaming Service

Now that you’re all set to stream TV shows, live events and movies, you’ll need to subscribe to a good streaming service. There are tons of great choices! Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime are just a few examples of the services that offer your favorite shows plus original programming. Premium cable channels also offer streaming services – check out HBO NOW and Sling TV.

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