A couple of months ago, I switched my internet service from Xfinity cable to AT&T Fiber. The price was comparable but fiber has the advantage of giving you the same speed in both directions, meaning faster upload speeds. Once I quit its internet service, I could no longer take advantage of Xfinity’s bundle, which reduced the price of cable TV, so I
decided to check out a couple of streaming options — DirecTV (which is owned by AT&T) and YouTube TV.
The first thing I noticed about both these services is the price, which is cheaper than cable, mostly because streaming services don’t add extra fees like “broadcast
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