TLDR: With a two-year subscription to SelectTV, you get thousands of TV shows, movies, and more for less than $ 1.50 a month.
While streaming outlets like Netflix thrive in our quarantine lifestyle at home, this only seems to accelerate the death of cable television.
In a recent survey, The Trade Desk found that 64 percent of those surveyed had cut the cable, were planning to, or had never been a cable participant. This number increases to 75 percent for people between the ages of 1
SelectTV is one of the beneficiaries of the switch to streaming – and now you can get a huge discount on a two-year SelectTV subscription of $ 32.99, 64 percent of the regular price of TNW deals.
Streaming services survive their content library – and SelectTV literally combines hundreds of online entertainment options in one easy-to-read, easy-to-use guide to everything you ever want to see.
SelectTV gives users access to this guide, which summarizes content from dozens of apps and streaming services. The library offers more than 700,000 TV episodes, 100,000 films, 50,000 radio stations and over 1,500 curated channels with the latest episodes from top networks and classic television from the past 50 years, all of which can be viewed on all your devices.
And if you’re worried about accessing the latest and hottest movies, shows, and more, you can also tweak your options with SelectTV’s Pay-Per-View Deal Finder. It compares all available sources for the desired film or show and then shows you the best prices to rent or own.
You can connect to your home TV using Google Chromecast or an HDMI cable and even play thousands of free online games with your subscription.
SelectTV even sends you a free HD antenna with which you can integrate up to 100 additional local live channels with content.
Because the average cable bill costs more than all other electricity bills combined, you can save hundreds almost instantly with a 2-year subscription of less than $ 1.50 a month. You can also expand your savings with a 5-year plan for $ 59.99, 60 percent off.
Prices can change.
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