By Brian BlauertGoogle News | March 23, 2018 12:25:24With many people switching to online services, the question becomes: What do you do if you don’t want to pay a monthly bill?
The answer to that is to cut your cable bill in half.
Here’s how:The cable industry has been pushing consumers to sign up for TV packages.
But most people don’t, and the cable industry is trying to change that by offering discounts to subscribers who switch.
This week, the industry announced a new offer for subscribers who sign up on the first week of March.
The offer includes the ability to receive up to $10 off a TV package for the first year of service.
If you subscribe to a TV service, you will get an automatic $10 discount on the next $10 you spend.
If you subscribe for the second year of your service, then you’ll get an additional $10.
If your current TV service is a pay TV package, the discount is $20.
If, for some reason, you do not want to signup for a pay television service, the company says that you can receive a one-time $10 credit on the cost of your TV service.
The companies also are offering a savings credit of up to 10% on your cable package if you sign up as a new customer.
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