Cut Cable with Google Chromecast! See it. Stream it.

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Cut Cable with Google Chromecast! See it. Stream it.

Are you looking for ways to enhance your TV watching? Wanting to cut the cord on cable and get rid of that monthly bill? About seven years ago, my husband and I were looking for ways to cut our monthly budget so that I could be home after giving birth to our second son. The first monthly expense that stuck out to us and was the easiest to eliminate was our cable bill. At the time, we cancelled cable, bought an outdoor antenna and subscribed to Netflix. It’s now seven years later, and we are still cable-free! In that time, we have added a Hulu subscription to our monthly budget so we can have access to more shows on our own schedule.


Have you been wanting to make the move but curious how this actually happens? When you no longer have a connection to your cable company, you need a device to be able to stream shows or movies from apps like Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, photos from your devices and more.

That’s where the Google Chromecast comes in!

As long as your TV has an HDMI port, you are all set. Just plug Chromecast into the HDMI port on your TV to stream your favorite entertainment right from your phone with just a tap! Plus, you can still use your phone as you normally would while streaming.

Are you a Google Home user? It works seamlessly with Chromecast so you can say what you want to watch from compatible apps and control your TV hands-free.

The best part? It’s so affordable so consider getting one for every TV in the house.

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