Cord Cutting Today: T-Mobile’s Fiber Home Internet Starting At Just $55, Everything New on Tubi, & More





Today in Cord Cutting Today for March 20, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: Roku Dominates Cord Cutting with Over 62% of Cord Cutters Using Roku Players & Roku TVs

You can find links to all the stories we talk about below this video:

Roku Dominates Cord Cutting with Over 62% of Cord Cutters Using Roku Players & Roku TVs

T-Mobile’s Fiber Home Internet Service May Be About to Come to 3 New States After it Invests $1 Billion Into Fiber Home Internet

Tubi, Pluto TV, & The Roku All Saw Viewership Grow In February 2024 as Cord Cutters Embrace Free Streaming

The Roku Channel Adds 4 New Free Channels For March 2024

Here is Everything New on Tubi On-Demand in April 2024

Fubo Wants the Federal Government to Investigate Disney, Fox, & Warner Bros. Discovery’s New Sports Streaming Service

Celebrating 60 Years of “Jeopardy!”: A Diamond Year Full of Festivities, Fan Experiences, and More

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