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Let’s take a little streaming journey together. We’ve had one streaming service or another around my house for years, even before Truestream. Our primary TV viewing platform was always satellite. Heck, we kept satellite around for a while after we installed Truestream.

Why? It’s silly but simple. Change, even with something as minor as TV, can be challenging. After all, we tend to be creatures of habit.

When I am at a Truestream Rally or talking to Great Lakes Energy members about Truestream and streaming, I often hear things like:

“How do I know which streaming service has the shows I want?”

“There are so many streaming options, it’s confusing.”

I’ve been there. I get it. Honestly, it can be confusing, but we are here to help guide you when you decide to cut the cord and start streaming your TV.

To help solve the mystery of streaming, we’ve partnered with MyBundle, a service that will provide you with answers and recommendations to find the best streaming service for your needs!  MyBundle takes the guesswork out of which streaming service is best for you and your tv watching preferences. Whether you are already a Truestreamer, plan on becoming a Truestreamer, or if you’re on the fence because you are too nervous about cutting the cord and unbundling your cable and internet, it’s a great resource. You may even be able to save a few bucks every month.

Visit truestreamfiber.com/cutting-cord/ and check it out. After entering some basic info, along with your must-have channels or TV shows, MyBundle will determine which steaming service is the best fit for you. If you decide to take the streaming plunge, you can sign up for the service of your choice right there, too.

We managed to cut the cord, and we now only stream TV, and it was easier to get used to than I thought. If you want to cut the cord and start streaming, give it a try. You can do it, too, especially with a bit of help along the way.