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New: Cord-cutting guides
There are more and more options to cut the cord and keep your live TV channels without paying obscene fees. This has made choosing between them difficult, especially as each one has specific pricing plans that include some channels and not others, as well as add-ons, specific device availability, and varying interfaces. The best way to determine which cord-cutting live TV service is for you is by getting a free trial.Below, count down the best live TV services that still offer a free trial using a unique concept: how many channels each dollar will get you. This will hopefully help you get a glimpse of the quality-price ratio for each subscription.
The cheapest live TV services for cord-cutting are the free ones: Pluto TV and Xumo. There are paid ones that cost very little, like Frndly TV, Philo, Paramount+, YipTV, Spectrum TV, Sling. Below, here are the best cheap offerings so that you can cut the cord and make the biggest savings.
After Netflix cancelled their free trial, many popular services followed suit. However, there are still some services left that offer to subscribe for free. The period of free trial ranges from 7 days to 30 days in some cases. Below we count down the very best streaming services that still offer a free trial. They are ranked depending on which ones we've spotted the most good movies and shows for. More on that here.