Cutting has long been challenged as the answer to costly monthly cable bills. Don't pay for channels you never watch; just stream your favorite shows online.
It was the dream, but TV and cable execs have turned on. If you want everything the prestige TV has to offer. Stranger Things on Netflix, The Tailor & # 39; s Speech on Hulu The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Amazon Video Game of Thrones on HBO Now, and countless other British, Danish, Australian and Korean dramas that you never knew you needed in your life, things will be expensive quite fast.
And this is just the beginning. Disney draws its content from Netflix for its own Disney +, NBC can provide Netflix cardiac arrest by moving Office to its own service and CBS has all the procedures you can handle on CBS All Access.
Are you aware of your monthly bill? Netflix only increased their prices and Hulu did the same for their live TV option. However, if you do not carefully review your credit card statement every month, it is easy to miss a small price on your favorite video streaming or a free trial that is automatically converted into a paid subscription.
Mastercard recently announced a new policy that requires buyers to obtain a cardholder's approval at the end of an attempt before they begin to bill. Companies must send the cardholder an e-mail message or a text containing the transaction amount, the payment date and the instructions on how to cancel.
But it's just for free trials. Apps like Truebill, Trim, SubscriptMe, Bobby and Trackmysubs will notify you when a service charges the prices and helps you cancel any services you do not use. Many also provide financial support. Let's see what each has to offer.