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Last article we went over how to get home phone service for practically free by using Ooma, and this time around we’re tackling the heated Cable/TV part of the telecom trifecta. It’s large, paid off, 10 years old and absolutely beautiful.
So first bought a coaxial cable to see if that would do the trick (the Blu-ray and my TV both had slots for it) but of course that didn’t work – you need HDMI! I should have stopped there and ate the loss, but unfortunately I went on…
That was my favorite part: Using your cell phone as a remote :) Well, for you guys tons of options if you don’t rock an old-ass TV like we do ;) You can go the Blu-ray route if that’s your bag, the Roku route (didn’t look into much but I know some of you readers use and love them), or the cheaper – and more effective route, in my opinion – the Chromecast way. Then you work yourself away from cable and instant savings!
As for us, we’re still up a creek without a paddle.
I totally get why normal people do that now – they don’t want to be the next Jay-Z, they just like room to walk around their family room! Well, you’ll have to wait for the last part of our series to drop next week and find out (sorry! You should check it out when you get a chance – over 50 questions asked and answered – some really good ones too (like how much I made in 2013). I wish I could give y’all a free Chromecast but unfortunately I only have one :( At least they only cost !
For all of you who made it this far and haven’t died of boredom yet, your chance at a reward is close. So don’t let it stop you from testing it out if you think it’ll save you money in the end :) And now, the winner of this super cool and sleek Chromecast is…. i canceled 2phones(100 a month) for unlimited everything and now i ride off of wifi for talk such as fb or skype, text google messenger, and data out roaming using freedompop wifihotspot.