Yes, you heard right! Free TV has officially arrived in Canada so there really is no reason for you to be spending up to $100 a month to feed content to your television. Here is an excerpt from our new guide to saving money on your television costs:
The TV is the centerpiece of the Canadian family’s living room and even with the increasing domination of the internet, people still look to their television as their primary source of entertainment. Spending a lot of money on cable, satellite, or fiber optic television is very common thing in Canada with many people having monthly bills approaching $100. Of course, this is very expensive, particularly if you end up with a busy life and don’t have much time to turn the TV on and make use of the service you are paying so dearly for.
The personal video recorder (PVR) was a great invention that allows people to take control of their TV again so they don’t have to conform to a schedule of when their favourite shows are being aired and stop worrying about other life events interfering with their television watching. Unfortunately, PVRs are also incredibly expensive too and just serve to increase the overall cost of TV viewing even more. There must be a better way, right? This guide will present a bunch of different ways you can cut down on your TV entertainment costs and maybe even eliminate them entirely with a little help from legal internet TV.
Even if you’re not ready to take the steps to embrace free TV just yet, the guide contains lots of other options for reducing the cost of your existing television service as well!