Let me say this before I answer that question:”At another 2-3 years Live Streaming HDTV will out subscribe the Dish and Cable.”
So, just what is live streaming TV service? Rather than receiving support from a satellite dish or a cable running throughout your house your TV support”streams” via your Internet connection. So if you don’t have an internet connection then you can not stream.
Assuming you have the internet all you do is download a program that will have all the live streaming stations. In the same way as any other app that you download, which has certain functions and abilities the program that you’d download to stream will get all of the main channels that you watch.
Let’s say you like to watch TBS. Your current supplier allows you to watch TBS as one of their channels. Your live streaming service may also include that station. In fact, from my experience, the live streaming providers provide you a much bigger”Bang for your buck” than cable and dish.
With cable and dish you would normally get about 200 channels, but with live streaming, you can get over 500. With the likes of DirecTV and Dish Network they start you off in a basic package for a low starting price, but when you see that many of what you want to see isn’t in that package you need to upgrade to get the channels you want.
When you update your invoice goes up also. For the majority of people that have Comcast cable, Xfinity, AT&T, or Charter Communications your bill will run over $100 per month. But if you download any of their movies which they provide then your bill starts going up.
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For people that watch or download films that they stream out of their present supplier your invoice can quickly go over $200 per month. With the streaming solutions, they include pictures on demand, which mean your bill does not go up. We were paying over $200 per month using DirecTV (we leased a lot of movies every month), and also our existing invoice is less than $50 each month.
However, with our present service, we also receive all the major sports channels like MLB, NFL, NHL, NBA, and all of the premium movie channels such as HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz.
I look at it like a landline phone… most people do not have one anymore since mobile and wireless service replaced the need to have a mobile phone.