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That was my favorite part: Using your cell phone as a remote :) Well, for you guys tons of options if you don’t rock an old-ass TV like we do ;) You can go the Blu-ray route if that’s your bag, the Roku route (didn’t look into much but I know some of you readers use and love them), or the cheaper – and more effective route, in my opinion – the Chromecast way. Then you work yourself away from cable and instant savings!
As for us, we’re still up a creek without a paddle.
Anyways, the point is we’re not ready to get rid of TV’s luxuries all the way yet, but we are wanting to scale back and save some dough in the process.
First, find a way to get Netflix/internet onto our TV like all other modern rock stars.
Send me one to test and then I’ll give one away too! I actually HAD a newer TV I picked up while pimping out my blogger lair a few years back! It’s 1/10th of the size, but hell – I might actually be able to pull something off for once! A one-time purchase for forever streaming of internet/tv/media etc on your TV w/out any monthly fees – huzzah!
Answer this question below and one of you’ll win a Google Chromecast courtesy of Republic Wireless: Drop your answer in the comments and we’ll randomly select a winner next Friday, Sep 5th. And thanks for reading all of this – and my blog for that matter :) I wouldn’t be here without you guys. and internet still trying to figure out how to get for free unlimited or a big quanity for cheap.
Have a save (and non-expensive) Labor Day weekend out there – we’ll see ya when you’re back on Monday…. i know if you have a kid and low income comcast does for 10 dollars.
Then, maybe, just maybe, my wife would be singing a new tune with those dollars in her pockets? I looked on Amazon for ways to hook up my TV to the internet, and came across Name Your Link" target="_blank"a slew of options.
There was Roku, Sungale, Apple TV, Amazon Fire and a ton more which I eventually got inundated with until I noticed that many Blu-ray DVD players now come with built-in wifi? I had never heard of this as we never watch DVDs, but if you can stream the internet on it at the same time while saving that money I was ’bout it ’bout it.
” But I quickly notice the “plugs into the HDMI port” part again, ugh… Why can’t I just be like everyone else and splurge on a huge (new) flat screen?? :) I once again tried attaching it to my frankenstein concoction of cords I’ve since built in the hopes of capturing that miracle all gamblers hold on to, but yet again no dice (see what I did there? I ran upstairs to our master bedroom where it sits all alone waiting for action (we never use it), plugged it in to that sexy HDMI port that I’d never had the pleasure of seeing before, downloaded the app onto my smartphone (Android Moto X) And BAM! And you can pick it up in all sorts of stores including directly from Google, and of course The Amazon.