Well, I did it. Lately, my DH hardly ever watches TV anymore. He spends a lot more time on the internet, and since I started blogging, I don't watch TV as much as I used to. I started thinking about the $60/month I pay for "expanded cable" TV that I could save or buy other things I'd rather have. And the cable company justs keeps increasing the bill and doesn't really give you anything more for your money.
So, I told the cable company goodbye. Well, almost goodbye. We live far away from the city so that an antenna does not give us very good TV reception. And, with the TV's that are not digital, we'd have to buy both the digital converter as well as an antenna. So, since I still like to watch the occasional TV show and local news, we cut back to the cheapest cable available ($22/month). Just the local channels and PBS. Of course the cable company doesn't like it when you pick this option. You have to pay them a $25 fee to come to your house and put a "restrictor" on your cable so you can only see the local channels. They turned it off last Friday. So far, I'm ok with the decision. We'll have to see what happens when I get tired of watching network TV...
I'm curious, what does everyone else pay for cable TV?