Cord Cutting This Week #286 – Cheaper Hulu With Live TV Plans? AT&T’s $15 TV Service, & More





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Cutting the cable connection to coax connector illustrating people cancelling cable TV serviceToday in Cord Cutting This Week #286 we talk about: Cheaper Hulu With Live TV Plans? AT&T’s $15 TV Service, & More.

Story #1 Sling TV is Free for New and Returning Customers Through March 15

Story #2 Hulu With Live TV Price Cut? Hulu is Working On New Cheaper Live TV Plans

Story #3 AT&T $15 TV Service Is Once Again Accepting New Customers

Story #4 Quibi is Offering a 90 Day Free Trial for a Limited Time

Story #5 YouTube TV is Only Offering RSNs in Select Areas

Story #6 Sling TV is Rolling Out an Updated Roku Channel With a New Grid Guide

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