It’s difficult to cut the cord because there’s nothing to replace cable TV’s vast content. Instead of cutting the cable TV cord, Terence Loose found a way to cut it by 60-percent.
I signed up with Oceanic Time Warner Cable in 2008, bundling my cable TV and Internet services. After the initial promotional period ended, my bill shot up to $143.35 a month.
I called and protested that my loyalty should be rewarded as much as new customers’. To my surprise, the representative agreed, cutting my bill by more than $30 a month to $111.55, as long as I kept my bundled services.
Link bait. Nothing about 60-percent.