Ask Amy: Rabbit TV
Cable and satellite TV can be pricey and often require a contract. Many are turning to internet streaming services to save money.
But there may be a cheaper and easier way to watch thousands of TV channels and movies straight from your computer without a contract.
It doesn’t matter where you go, everyone is wired into technology. One of the most notable trends right now: online streaming services.
“We call them cord cutters. People that don’t have cable or satellite television at home. That’s one of the biggest challenges is live TV. There’s a lot of content out there that’s recorded that you can go get from Netflix, Amazon or any other sources,” said Evan Youngblood, Megabytes Technology Services CEO.
But there may be an easier way to access Internet channels on your computer for under $10.
As Youngblood does his research, he soon learns Rabbit TV users only have limited access to certain channels for free.
Stuck with just your cable channels? With this USB, you’ll have access to over 5,000 internet TV stations and 9,000 radio stations. Just plug it in and turn any PC into an incredible entertainment system. It fits any PC, desktop or laptop. Watch as much as you want, anytime you want.
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