Cord cutting is all about options, and there are so many that sometimes it can be hard to find the right services. Thankfully many services allow you to try their service for free before you pay. (Its always a good sign when a service lets you try it out for free.)
So here are our top 5 services with free trials:#1 Crunchyroll
Love anime and manga? Crunchyroll is the subscription service no anime or manga fan should be without. With a huge back catalog and shows airing an hour after they air in Japan, Crunchyroll is a great source for cord cutters.
You can give Crunchyroll a try by CLICKING HERE.
2: CBS All Access
CBS All Access gives you a huge lineup of CBS-owned shows and movies. CBS is by far the number 1 network in the United States, but finding their content used to be difficult until they released CBS All Access.
You can try out CBS All Access by CLICKING HERE.
#3 Sling TV
Miss ESPN? CNN? AMC? Or one of about 20 other channels? Sling TV brings cord cutters some of the best of cable TV without the contracts and limitations. Packages start at $20 a month and can be canceled at any time.
You can also add-on additional packages for $5, like sports, or for a little more channels like HBO and Cinemax.
You can sign up for your free trial of Sling TV by CLICKING HERE.
#4 Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime not only gets you free two-day shipping, free books, free music, and free photo storage, but it also gives you access to thousands of movies and TV shows.
Now Amazon allows people to try Prime out for 30 days 100% free! So give it a try and see what Amazon Prime Video has and give all the other services they offer a try.
You can sign up for a free month of Prime by CLICKING HERE.
Hulu has changed a lot in the last year with tons of new networks, like Discovery and FX, and new add-ons, like Showtime, and the service has never been better. Hate commercials? Hulu has you covered! The new Hulu ad-free option allows you to skip the ads and get right to your show.
You can sign up for a free trial of Hulu by CLICKING HERE.
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